An estimated one in four adults in the United States suffers from a mental health disorder, and one in 17 from a serious mental health disorder. Despite the fact that more adults are seeking treatment for mental illness now than ever before, there remains a lack of recognition of these statistics among managers. Accommodations are made to support employees, but disclosing individual diagnoses to management is still often discouraged. Wall Street Journal columnist Melissa Korn explores this complicated issue using stories from employees from around the world. To view this article, click here.