News items relating to work-related stress:
For 75% of Americans bosses are a major cause of stress at work
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Stress is taking its toll with almost three quarters of Scots who took part in a survey feeling unable to cope in the past year.
Almost 4,000 GPs have retired early in the past five years - nearly 1 in 10 of the profession
81% of teachers said they have considered leaving teaching in the last year because of the pressures of workload.
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Attacks on teachers and school staff rocket 25% with victims suffering brain damage, amputation and even death
Policy changes, budget cuts, fewer staff and bigger classes blamed for toll on teachers’ mental health revealed by figures compiled by Lib Dems
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"Having to respond to medical emergencies such as cardiac arrests is affecting workers’ mental health", says delegate.
A third of UK employees say remote access to work means they can’t switch off
FACK have issued a statement to be read out at International Workers' Memorial Day 2017 events!
More than 900 adult social care workers a day quit their job in England last year, new figures reveal.
Staff shortages, pressure to meet response targets, long shifts and emotional toll said to explain rise in stress-related sick days
Unite, the largest union for construction workers, is calling on the industry to take radical action to reduce the high number of suicides among its workforce.