A new report from the CDC places laborers in construction among those most at risk of suicide. Now a group of finance executives have placed themselves on the front lines of prevention. “This is a human risk that deals with safety and productivity, and the impact on quality construction,” said Cal Beyer, director of risk management at Lakeside Industries, an asphalt paving company in Issaquah, Wash. Learn the red flags that suggest when a worker may be at risk.

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