Many Australians frequently stress at work

More than three-in-five Australians are experiencing stress at work, but many feel they are unable to turn to their bosses for help.

A new survey of more than 1900 Australians found 64 per cent of respondents are stressed at least once a week at work, slightly higher than the 60 per cent average occurring in the Asia Pacific.

The research by global HR firm ADP also found Australians were among the least likely in the region to discuss mental health problems at work.

Almost one-third (28 per cent) said they would not be comfortable talking to anyone at work about their mental health, significantly higher compared to an Asia Pacific average of 14 per cent.

Rear view of businessman having a meeting with his team over a video conference. Back to work after pandemic lockdown with meeting over a video call in office. Credit: Luis Alvarez/Getty Images

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