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Depression, burnout, insomnia, headaches: how a toxic and sexist workplace culture can affect your health

By Xi Wen (Carys) Chan, Lecturer in Organisational Psychology, Griffith University
Paula Brough, Professor of Organisational Psychology, Griffith University
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Toxic and hyper-masculine workplaces are linked with a variety of health issues including anxiety, depression, burnout, hair loss, insomnia, and headaches.

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