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Tuesday, 31 May 2005 09:28
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Staff get burn-out
According to human resources consultancy Hudson more than half of British workers say they have experienced symptoms of overwork and burn-out in the last six months.

The Survey Shop polled 1,006 employers, HR managers and staff for Hudson and found that one third said they had suffered exhaustion, while 26% had lost sleep or been ill from worry about work.

14% of HR managers said they had lost staff due to burnout, while 36% said they had seen a decline in productivity and 79% said there had been an increase in the number of sick days being taken.

John Rose, chief executive of Hudson, said: "Working long hours and being available 24/7 goes with the territory for many UK employees.

"Burnout, however, goes deeper than this. It is worrying that business managers do not appear to be able to increase productivity and hold on to top talent at the same time.

"For employers, an increase in absenteeism, premature career change and a decline in interest and productivity among employees can have a serious long-term effect on businesses success”.


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