Mental health issues have affected one in three Gen Z employees

Workplace culture more important than money

John Brazier
clock • 1 min read

Employees among the Generation Z age bracket are more likely than any other group to be negatively affected by mental health issues, according to Legal & General.

Research conducted by Fruitful Insights, in partnership with Legal & General Group Protection, found that one in three Gen Z employees have experienced mental health issues related to stress, anxiety and depression. More than three in four (77%) employees in this group said that are likely to leave their employer, with the age cohort the most financially stressed of all generations surveyed. However, the research also found that happiness at work is more about culture than financial reward for Gen Z workers. Factors that play a big role in workplace satisfaction for Gen Z workers were...

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