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Employees returning to workplace are concerned about Covid risk and mental health

A survey by Matrix Recruitment found that while most staff believed their employers had taken measures to protect them, some others were less confident

13th September, 2020
Employers have a legal obligation to protect the health and safety of staff in the workplace. Photo: Gerry

As more professionals around the country get to grips with the prospect of returning to their workplace at least some of the time, anxiety about potential exposure to Covid-19 is emerging as a significant issue.

Mental health is another concern for many professionals who are facing a return to more normal working practices while the coronavirus remains a risk.

Matriz Recruitment surveyed 872 adults in Ireland over a week-long period in August and found that...

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