A new survey released June 21 by Deloitte and Workplace Intelligence finds that up to 60% of employees are considering switching to new jobs because stress at work is hurting their mental (58%), physical (63%), social (45%), or financial (35%) well-being.
The survey also finds that three in four employees say their health has declined over the past year, even as 75% of C-suite executives say they believe it has improved.
About 84% of executives say their companies have made well-being commitments, but only 39% of employees agree.
Nearly 90% of top leaders say they are doing a good job of advancing human sustainability (ie, supporting employees, the world, the environment, local communities, and purpose over profit), while just 41% of employees agree.
The survey included 3,150 C-suite executives, managers, and employees in four countries—the US, UK, Canada, and Australia.Read More >>