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Employees lack motivation, are unhappy in their jobs and companies are increasingly struggling to retain talent. Constant distractions, especially from modern technology, has a profound negative impact on our productivity. To compensate, we work longer hours,  fail to eat healthily and to exercise, and struggle to sleep, all leading to chronic lack of energy. In some cases, we become ill, burned out or even depressed. The number of workdays being lost due to stress-related issues and people leaving their jobs is on the increase.

The total number of working days lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety. (UK,  2013/14 - LFS)

  • The total number of cases of work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2013/14 was
    487.000 cases (39%) out of a total of 1.241.000 cases for all work-related illnesses in the UK.
  • The total number of working days lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety was 11.3 million in 2013/14, an average of 23 days per case of stress, depression or anxiety
  • The main work activities suggested as causing work-related stress depression or anxiety reported to general practitioners (THOR-GP 3 year average 2011-2013) are:
    • Workload pressures including scheduling, shift work and other organisational factors;
    • Interpersonal relationships including difficulties with superiors and bullying or harassment;
    • Changes at work including reduction of resource or staff and additional responsibilities.


Research clearly shows happy people are better workers, people who get enough sleep are more productive, and employees who are treated with respect and valued for their work are more loyal. Happy, respected and valued employees demonstrate significantly higher levels of energy and a stronger motivation to perform. Yet there is a mismatch between what science knows and what business does.



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