New research: Employee wellbeing during Covid-19
Published 2:36 pm UTC August 24, 2020
We, at Helix Resilience, surveyed 2,000 white-collar workers in London to identify the impact of the pandemic on employee wellbeing. Key findings and recommendations have been compiled into a free downloadable research report.
The report explores the effects of Covid-19 on psychological wellbeing as well as lifestyle behaviours and productivity at work. Worryingly, 83% of respondents experienced at least one negative mental health outcome as a result of lockdown – with feeling anxious, having poor motivation, and feeling tired / having little energy being the three most common consequences.
Almost half of respondents (46%) said their sleep had been disrupted by lockdown measures and over a third (34%) have increased their alcohol intake. For 51% of the sample, productivity has suffered.
With many of London’s white-collar workers continuing to work from home and a period of uncertainty lying ahead, employers need to take positive steps towards supporting their workforce.
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