Research explores gap between workplace expectations and experience in reality for employees
The UK's ‘work-wellbeing gap' - the difference between how important work is to people's wellbeing and the extent to which their current role is actually having a positive impact on it - is estimated at 34%, an investigation by Hymans Robertson anda yulife has found. Exploring the impact of four areas - financial, mental, social and physical wellbeing - on people's wellbeing, the survey of 2,009 working UK adults born between 1946 and 1994 highlights that there is a significant gap between what...
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