NU Online News Service, April 28, 2005, 4:15 p.m. EDT
Off-the-job life may be gaining on work as a source of worker stress.[@@]
Researchers at ComPsych Corp., Chicago, have published data supporting that conclusion in a report on the employee assistance firm’s new StressPulse survey series.
When researchers polled workers at 1,000 ComPsych client companies in January and February, they found that 69% said they felt “high levels of stress, with extreme fatigue/feeling out of control.” The percentage was up 2 percentage points from the comparable total for the second half of 2004.