According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s (CIPD) survey report on health and wellbeing at work, published in 2020:
stress is one of the top five most common causes of both short-term and long-term absence
the average level of employee absence is 5.8 working days per employee per year
volume of work, management style and relationships at work are the top causes of stress at work.
The HSE document titled Stress-related and Psychological Disorders in Great Britain 2014 states that the main reported causes of work-related stress are:
workload pressures, including scheduling, shift work and organisational factors
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