'Always-on' culture | Guilt-ridden workers struggle to make GP appointments

Guilt-ridden workers struggle to make GP appointments

The changing nature of work has evolved to a point where employees are contactable 24/7 and are spending more time at the office than with their families so that they can crack down on impeding deadlines.

This increased hyper-connectivity and working outside nine-to-five has contributed to ‘always-on’ cultures that hugely impact a workforce’s mental and physical wellbeing.

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