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Industry news: Student Development

Workers under 30 are more stressed than usual during winter

26 March 2019   (0 Comments)
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The effect of winter on mental wellbeing - especially in younger employees - could have a lasting impact for the rest of the year, says new report from Canada Life Group Insurance.

The research suggests that younger workers are more concerned about their mental health and the remedies to improve it.

Paul Avis, Marketing Director of Canada Life Group Insurance, comments: "No one should suffer in silence in the workplace. Employers must take responsibility for employee wellbeing and create an open atmosphere which encourages engagement and emphasises the importance of staff wellbeing."

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