Work from home is the new normal due to the COVID-19 epidemic. In such a survey, 59 percent of male employees said their personal lives were being affected by work-related stress. According to a survey by the job site Squeaky Market Network, physical and mental health is of utmost importance as the epidemic progresses and there is a third wave of threats.
59 percent of the surveyed male workers said that work stress is affecting their personal lives. 56 percent of women who said so. According to the survey, the workload of employees in the midst of work from home is increasing and they are facing challenges in employment. It is affecting their mental health and personal life.
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The Squeaky Markets Network participated in the survey from June 20 to 26 in the country’s metropolitan areas. Only 23 percent of the men surveyed said they could trust their work supervisors about the work environment. About 20 percent of men surveyed believed they would not find support in the workplace. The number of women who thought so was 16 percent. In the survey, 68 per cent of men said they would get distracted at work. At the same time, 77 percent of women said the same thing. During this time, the pressure of job loss has also increased on people. The worry of losing jobs has also increased.
According to the survey, 22 percent of men suffer from job losses and 60 percent are concerned about their future. On the other hand, only 17 percent of women are affected by job loss and only 27 percent are worried about the future. Only 30 percent said it was an issue when it came to the workload, while 25 percent said workforce expectations were higher than their own.
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