Employees neglecting health as work takes precedence

Aviva research finds

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
Employees neglecting health as work takes precedence

Research from Aviva shows more employees are too busy working to look after their health as life satisfaction also drops

The insurer's Thriving Through the Age of Ambiguity report was originally conducted among 5,000 UK employees in February last year, repeated in August 2020 and then again in March this year. One of its main findings was that staff are neglecting their physical health due to being too busy at work - up five percentage points to 58% compared with 53% in February 2020. Meanwhile, the majority (86%) stated that they are checking emails outside of working hours. However, more employees (61%) now...

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