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May 29, 2022
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Millions of workers experience low levels of job satisfaction at work

A new survey conducted by City Pantry, asked workers about their workplace behaviour, stress levels, mental health and job satisfaction, to get an idea of what Brits’ working lives look like and how they can be improved through a focus on employee wellbeing. The survey claims almost one in ten (8.2 percent) UK employees admit to experiencing quite or very low levels of happiness while at work. Of the workers which reported feeling unhappy at work, the majority were managers, followed by administrators, CEOs, senior managers, accountants and consultants. Most surveyed workers worked from the company office, although a portion…
Millions of workers experience low levels of job satisfaction at work

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