We all know the phrase ‘a problem shared is a problem halved,’ but when it comes to issues at work it is one that is too often ignored. At least, that is what we discovered when we asked UK professionals how they cope with problems at work, with almost half (49%) of UK workers saying they never seek help for problems in the workplace.
In an ideal world, everyone’s work lives would run smoothly with no problems or issues. The reality – everyone has times when they are stressed at work, whether feeling burnt out, dealing with a high workload or struggling with tasks. Yet, despite this, employees may not seek help, even if these issues are impacting their health and keeping them up at night. Almost one in five (19%) UK workers admitted that work issues affect their sleep on a weekly basis.
Read more on ‘Chatter outside the box: The key to helping workers alleviate work stress’ from Julie Chakraverty, founder of Rungway, on HR News.