Of those who have experienced stress in the workplace, one in 25 (4%) reported it was so serious that they had to leave a job. This rises to 5% for women and falls to 3% for men.
With the average cost of petrol and diesel rising, this will have an impact on the many self-employed workers who need to travel for their work.
Construction output rises for the first time since January, while residential work expands at the fastest pace for four months.
HMRC is reminding people that although the security of its systems and customer data is top of its list, everyone needs to stay alert.
Healthier Recruitment is warning that the current approach to recruitment will fracture the NHS and worsen the staffing crises.
Experts believe that the ‘cyborg effect’ – where both organic and biomechatronic elements combine – is boosting workforces, rather than depleting it.
Positive hiring figures suggest that many UK businesses are turning to the self-employed sector to help them through an uncertain outlook.
Despite technology firms’ optimism dropping to a 10-year low, 43% of tech firms said they expected to boost their workforces in the next 12 months.