Don’t ignore early signs of stress, recruitment bosses warned

<p>Today is Blue Monday – regarded as the most depressing day of the year – and recruitment is near the top of the professions where workers are most likely to experience stress.</p>

<p>As a result, agency bosses have been warned to keep an eye out for the early signs of stress among consultants to minimise the risk of being taken to tribunal.</p><p>Research from job site CV-Library also reveals 67.7% of Brits surveyed say their job makes them feel stressed, with recruitment coming in second place in the most stressful professions,...

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