41% of UK workers fear health impacts of returning to work, says Canada Life

34% call for all staff vaccinations

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34% support full vaccination

Over half of employees in the UK are looking forward to returning to the office, according to a new study by Canada Life, though up to 41% fear their health will be impacted by the return.

The survey, which collected the views of more than 2,000 UK adults, also revealed as many as 53% of employees were concerned their colleagues would not take the same safety precautions as them, while 34% said they would like their employer to ensure all staff receive their full vaccinations before coming to the office. The concern appeared to be most prevalent amongst 18-34 year olds, with 55% of this demographic worrying about physically interacting with people, while 39% of over 55s had the...

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