Employees suffering from work-related stress are less engaged, study reveals
Over 50 percent of employees suffering from stress at work are “disengaged”, research carried out by professional services company Towers Watson was recently able to reveal.
The company’s recent Global Benefits Attitude Survey is based on a poll of more than 22,000 employees, of which 2,000 are based in the UK. The research found that 57% of employees who claim to have high stress levels report being disengaged, compared to only 10% who describe their stress levels as low.
Further information picked up by the survey suggests that the main cause of stress among employees is a lack of staff resources, with 53% citing this as the biggest factor. Furthermore, around one-third of employees asked (34%) cited technology available outside work, such as remote email access, as the biggest source of stress for their staff.
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