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July 5, 2022
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People working from home hide mental health impact from employers

People working from home during the pandemic are experiencing higher levels of stress and withholding mental health conditions from their employer, for fear of a negative impact on career progression, according to a new health and safety at work report by Lloyd’s Register. The survey of 5,500 individuals across 11 countries set out to understand the impact of changing working conditions caused by Covid-19. The report ‘Employee well-being during a pandemic’, claims that 69 percent of employees globally report higher levels of work-related stress while working from home, driven by increased workloads and changes to working patterns to meet resource…
People working from home hide mental health impact from employers

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