Half of remote rotational workers suffer worse mental health at work, finds International SOS

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The majority of remote rotational workers (62%) suffer worse mental health than the general population, with 40% reporting suicidal thoughts while at work, according to a new global report by International SOS Foundation. Rotational workers’ mental health improves while off-shift, but 31% still experience lower mental health than the general population. Some 29% met the benchmark for clinical depression while…

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