News: Stress-related ailments in Indian employees due to job fears

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Stress-related ailments in Indian employees due to job fears

A survey by global workplace provider Regus says that job uncertainty has increased pressure on Indian employees, Economic Times reported. 71 per cent Indian employees said that they are experiencing more stress-related illness ever since the economic downturn. It also said that 24 per cent of Indian respondents are worried about losing their jobs and feel less confident about the sector they are working in.

A survey by global workplace provider Regus says that job uncertainty has increased pressure on Indian employees, Economic Times reported. 71 per cent Indian employees said that they are experiencing more stress-related illness ever since the economic downturn. It also said that 24 per cent of Indian respondents are worried about losing their jobs and feel less confident about the sector they are working in.

Responses from 20,000 senior executives and business owners were taken for the survey. The survey which was conducted across 95 countries including India, found that over one-third (34 per cent) of Indian employees are actually losing sleep worrying about their jobs.

According to the report, the survey also said that "71 per cent Indian employees are facing more stress-related diseases" since the economic slowdown, leading to joblessness in the market.

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