UK employees more likely to go to work unwell than ‘pull a sickie’

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The fourth edition of the Aviva Working Lives Report, released today, shows that seven in ten UK employees – equivalent to 18 million nationally – have gone to work feeling unwell when they should have taken the day off.

Posted inNews archiveon17 May 2017

In contrast, less than a quarter (23%) say they have taken a day off work sick when they were not actually unwell, indicating that UK employees are three times more likely to go to work unwell than they are to ‘pull a sickie’.

The report – which examines the attitudes and experiences of employers and employees on

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