Mental Health

Workers say they want even more well-being support now than during the pandemic. This is why

A man sits on a sofa, visibly stressed. Here's why workers want more well-being support now compared to during the pandemic.

Since the pandemic, more and more workers are giving greater thought to their mental health. Image: Unsplash/Nik Shuliahin

Victoria Masterson
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More than 80% of workers surveyed say their stress levels are the same or higher than before the pandemic. Image: Adecco
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Almost half of workers feel employers don’t support their well-being. Image: Adecco

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Spending time with friends and family is how workers in most countries say they disconnect from work. Image: Adecco

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There are lots of ways companies can help their workers disconnect, but only about a third of companies offer these, Adecco says. Image: Adecco

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