Burnout | 50% admit working extra hours affects relationships

50% admit working extra hours affects relationships

50% of employees have admitted that putting in extra hours at the office has impacted their personal relationships, new research has found.

According to a study conducted by Forest Holidays, more than three-quarters of parents (78%) confessed to putting in extra hours at work to stay ahead of the curve, and this has negatively impacted on their relationship with partners.

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