Pandemic effect on employees shows gender imbalance: Aviva

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John Brazier
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Pandemic effect on employees shows gender imbalance: Aviva

Women are more likely to experience negative impact on work/life balance as a result of Covid pandemic, Aviva research finds.

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. Aviva's report shows that more than one in three (35%) workers feel their work/life balance has improved during the pandemic, although, one in five (20%) have been negatively impacted, while a similar percentage (21%) report a negative impact on how they feel about their job. Despite both men and women...

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