Stress impacts employee work performance

But do employees self-reporting stress need a psychologist?

In our survey of 2,000 employees, 92 per cent said stress impacted their work performance. But, in 10,000+ active support cases, only 23 per cent who self-reported stress needed a psychologist.

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