One in four employees 'not looked after' during Covid

Adam Saville
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One in four employees 'not looked after' during Covid

Less than half supported during homeworking transition, YuLife research shows

A quarter of UK employees believe their employer has not done enough to look after their wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic, a YouGov survey conducted for YuLife has revealed. The findings follow research that suggested that 87% of employees are more likely to stay with an employer who demonstrates a commitment to their wellbeing. The survey of more than 2000 adults also revealed that less than half (48%) of staff felt supported during the transition to remote working earlier this year....

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