Prioritising social activities, work deadlines and putting off appointments
Seven in 10 British employees de-prioritise health during Christmas, ignoring issues from 12 December to 2 January, according to data from Bupa UK. The findings revealed that Christmas shopping (20%), visiting family and friends (17%), finishing the food shop (11%) and meeting work deadlines (5%) all ranked higher on the ‘to-do' list than seeking medical advice for health concerns (2%). Overall, 69% of employees said they were putting off heath concerns until the new year, with many working...
Compared to 19% of men
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Four key services
Gen Z most self-conscious