Are you struggling to find a new role in the workplace?
A survey has revealed that people in the UK are feeling the pinch in a big way.
The research, commissioned by the British Chambers of Commerce, has found that almost half of all employees said they were struggling to balance their workload, and more than half said they felt pressured to take on more responsibilities or responsibilities beyond those that they were comfortable with.
“The UK workforce is one of the world’s most vulnerable economies to rising inequality,” the BCA’s chief economist, David Millward, said in a statement.
“While the economic recovery is showing signs of slowing, this is not necessarily a good sign.
Our survey shows that many employees feel pressure to work beyond their capabilities, to push themselves beyond their comfort zone and to take risks that are often seen as too risky or risky.”
Millward said that it was important that companies take the opportunity to improve their work-life balance policies, to reduce the risk of people becoming “unproductive”, and to recognise that their employees do not necessarily need to work extra hours.
To help address the problem, the BCLC has published a list of tips to help employees stay on track.
It also suggested that people should use their time to enjoy and enjoy their work, and not to take their work to heart, because the more they do, the more stress they will cause their bosses and colleagues.
“We also know that being part of the workforce does not automatically make you a productive member of the community,” Millward said.
“That said, if you can keep yourself in the office, make your work more productive and do things that add to the health and wellbeing of your colleagues, you will be more likely to stay and contribute to the economy in the long term.”