‘Workaholic nation’ | 4 in 10 employees can't leave work alone

4 in 10 employees can't leave work alone

Enjoying your job is a priority for every worker, as we spend five days a week and sometimes over 35 hours a week within our place of work. But it seems a huge amount of UK professionals cannot leave work alone.

In fact, Britain is a nation of workaholics as four in ten adults have admitted that they can’t stop working. In a study of 2,000 offices workers by the charity Society For The Protection Of Animals Abroad (SPANA), one in six respondents revealed that they spend more than 11 hours a week working when they are away from the office, checking emails and making calls.

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