Practicing law can lead to extreme stress, contributing to high rates of depression and addiction in the profession. But what about when the stress comes from traumatic situations outside the workplace?
“Our philosophy is the same. We don’t differentiate between personal problems and work problems,” said Annette Sciallo, director of global benefits and well-being at Latham & Watkins.
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