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Quarter of workers say their job negatively affects their mental health

One in four workers feel their job negatively affects their mental health, according to a new CIPD survey published today (11 April) that seeks to accurately measure job quality and quantify the idea of ‘good work’ in the UK.

The UK Working Lives survey was launched in the wake of the government’s commitment to measure job quality, and the Taylor review into employment practices. The first annual survey looks at what the CIPD refers to as the ‘seven dimensions’ of job quality – and measures the importance of each one to the UK workforce.

One in 10 respondents reported regularly feeling miserable at work and one in five (18 per cent) were dissatisfied with their jobs.

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April 11, 2018

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