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Younger workers feel unappreciated by employers

Age has a significant impact on workplace relationships and people’s perceptions, new research from Canada Life Group Insurance has revealed, highlighting the importance of age-appropriate benefits in the workplace.

Over half (53%) of younger employees aged 21-30 feel they are not being recognised for the work they are doing by their employers, compared to 39% of 51-60 year olds.

Younger employees are also more likely to feel they lack the support they deserve, while 25% of 21- 30 year olds feel as if their opinions are not being listened to (7% more than older employees).

However, the grass isn’t always greener on the other side; 23% of staff aged 51-60 feel more inclined to believe their employer does not care about their welfare, compared to just 16% of 21-30 year olds.


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