HRE’s number of the day: mental health worries

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59: Percentage of workers who say mental and psychological wellbeing is their top concern regarding their wellbeing at work

About six in 10 workers report stress and burnout is their top wellbeing concern at work, according to a survey of more than 1,100 U.S. workers from The Conference Board. The poll, conducted in March, surveyed workers representing a cross-section of people across industries, from lower-level employees to CEOs. More than one-third of respondents also expressed concerns about their physical wellbeing, including fear of getting sick. Another one-third worried about social wellness and belonging, such as opportunities to connect with others.

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