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August 11, 2022
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Employee anxiety and stress levels massively up on last year

Anxiety in employees has rocketed over the last year, according to a new report from Inpulse. The research, which includes the views of over 3,000 UK employees, claims that anxiety is the most dominant negative emotion at work and has risen 240 percent over the same period as last year – up from 5 percent to 17 percent. Stress is another high negative emotion for employees, at 11 percent, while Isolation rates stands at 7 percent. An emotion becomes dominant and will be felt and experienced in the organisation if it rises above 10 percent according to Inpulse, as it…
Employee anxiety and stress levels massively up on last year

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