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July 4, 2022
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One in five employees are now more comfortable taking a sick day

New research from Love Energy Savings claims that one in five people are now more comfortable taking a sick day compared to pre-pandemic. This is in stark contrast to their findings pre-pandemic, when they found that 80 percent of UK employees went to work when sick, with one in 10 people attributing this to employee pressure and one in five to not wanting to let their teammates down. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced people across the world to pay closer attention to their health and hygiene. With over 4.4m reported cases and over 127k deaths in the UK alone, people…
One in five employees are now more comfortable taking a sick day

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