Only 25% of organisations are tackling unhealthy workplace practices
Workplace presenteeism has risen from 26% in 2010 to 86% in 2018, while ‘leaveism' - people working while on annual leave - has also become a problem for 69% of organisations over the past 12 months, the latest Health and Wellbeing at Work report from CIPD and Simplyhealth has found. Increased presenteeism can be attributed to a rise in reported mental health conditions and stress-related absence are among the most common reasons for long-term sickness, the survey of 1,021 respondents in November...
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Trade union urges government to introduce flexible working rights for all workers
Advice being given to support International Men’s Health Week, 14-20 June