17% of employees are seriously stressed at work

17% of employees are seriously stressed at work

Take a deep breath and unclench your fists - stress awareness month is upon us.

In the spirit of all things anxiety-ridden, Lee Hecht Harrison | Penna have found almost a fifth (17%) of UK employees report feeling significant levels of stress on a day-to-day basis.

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Comments (1)

  • Sir
    Wed, 24 May 2017 1:54pm BST
    Don't get out of your depth - take a job within your true capabilities - that has to be the answer.
    There are far too many limited minds taking on jobs that are way out of their league, just because of Dickensian notions of 'advancement', 'promotion' and 'bettering yourself'.