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The findings represent what UK citizens have searched online most often between January 2015 and February 2019. Results reveal a strong link between mental wellbeing and the workplace.
Too busy to be ill.
Brits afraid of their boss and office backlash.
How can employers keep their home workers engaged?
Do you stop emailing after work?
Perkbox predicts presenteeism and an environmental conscience will become key issues in the workplace in 2019.
Sir Cary Cooper: How can we facilitate work cultures that produce healthy and happy workforces and, by association, increase productivity?
Presenteeism rates have tripled in a decade, with 86% of organisations saying they observe people coming into work when ill compared to 26% in 2010 – it’s a serious issue and one that employers need to address.
When someone is absent from work, the remaining staff may take on the extra load. But when they come in to work sick, everyone is at risk of catching a cold – which is worse?
Three in ten (29%) say it’s easy to take time off for a physical illness within their organisation, but not for a mental illness
Nearly half of all employees surveyed didn’t take a sick day in 2017, with one in five believing they would be perceived as weak if they did.
Nine out of ten UK employees (92%) have gone into work despite being sick this year and the top reason for presenteeism is the fear of not getting paid, according to new research.
A third of bosses (31%) expect workers to stay later than their contractual hours