Lockdown may have heightened the chances of mental health issues.
Category: Wellbeing News
57 per cent believe a four day week being implemented is likely.
Men are more likely than women to suffer from an injury at work.
"Looking after our health and wellbeing is more important than ever."
Women are more nervous than men.
Women seem to feel the impact of lockdown more so than men.
Employees believe one lesson we should learn from COVID-19 is to be kinder.
"The wellbeing of people is critical to economic recovery."
16 per cent wish to remain working from home once the lockdown ends.
More than one-tenth are concerned that if they do, they will be fired.
"A voice at work" is part of the new deal.
More than usual, employees have their wish.
"When at home, it’s almost too easy to forget your regular work schedule."
Only 4 per cent of employees raised the issue of being bullied with HR.
The Government plans to open 50 drive-through testing sites by the end of April.