Performance | One in four workers 'not performing their best' at work

One in four workers 'not performing their best' at work

Over a quarter of UK workers have admitted they are not performing their best at work, with the majority reporting that they need new skills in order to do their job effectively, according to research from Deloitte.

Twenty-seven per cent of UK workers said that they are either not performing their best, or not giving 100%, which has risen to 34% of those aged between 25 to 34. This is compared to a European average of just one in five workers (21%) who say they are not performing at their best.

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