Workforce and Employment

Workplace well-being: Stress increasing since COVID-19 began

Long hours and bad workplace experiences are leading workers around the world to feel more stressed and disengaged. Image: Unsplash/Proxyclick Visitor Management System

Mark McCord

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A lack of engagement in the workplace
A lack of engagement in the workplace has a direct impact on economies worldwide, Image: Gallup

Workplace stress and worry are both higher than they were in the 2010s.
Workplace stress and worry are both higher than they were in the 2010s. Image: Gallup

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