Workplace Stress Continues to Impact Workers
According to findings from recruitment agency Robert Walters Group, the majority of workers in a recent survey said they have suffered from workplace-related stress this year, and 62% said they believe employers are not doing enough to combat stress at work.
Workers cited stability concerns, managerial pressure, lack of pay increases, and heavier workloads as the most common factors leading to workplace stress. More than one-third of the 2,500 respondents also indicated that that frequency of workplace stress is "very often".
Employers can take action to mitigate workplace stress by ensuring manageable workloads and providing access to support, including the provision of mental health resources and benefits expanding on work/life balance and workplace flexibility. Read more from HR Dive.