Mental health issues are one of the main causes of poor employee performance. It is estimated that 15-30% of employees in the UK will suffer mental health-related problems along their working life. These affect job performance causing burnout, a decrease in productivity, and absenteeism. In this sense, more than 12% of sickness absence in the UK is due to this type of health problems. The number of diagnosed cases is growing and the most common one is depression. Employers are working with solutions by providing support and applying prevention measures. In this regard, 53% of employees feel supported by addressing these issues in the workplace. However, in order to tackle this issue, it is important to recognize the symptoms as soon as possible. Some of these may be poor concentration, irritability, lack of energy, and change in the sleeping routine. This infographic designed by findcourses.co.uk presents how mental health issues influence job performance.