VatorNews November 30, 2022
Steven Loeb

Still, a majority said they would take less pay for more flexible hours

The vast majority of workers don’t feel like they’re paid enough, with only around one-third believing that their pay is equitable. This has a number of different consequences, including an increase in employees wanting to leave, and a decrease in engagement with their work.

On top of how those workers feel about their employers and jobs, it can also have negative effects on health, from both a physical and mental standpoint, especially among healthcare workers, a new survey found. 

A Harris Poll, commissioned by intelligent nurse staffing company IntelyCare and on-demand pay provider DailyPay, surveyed over 2,068 U.S. adults; of those, 197 were healthcare workers, and it found that a majority cited stress over money...

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