The majority of employees at small- and medium-sized law firms in Australia and New Zealand experience depression and anxiety, according to a recent survey, which also revealed that most believe their mental health and well-being is important to their firm.

The survey of 200 employees by global law firm alliance Meritas found that employees also believe their firms have an open-door policy that enables them to seek help.

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