Regus: 70% M'sian workers see increase in stress-related illnesses

KUALA LUMPUR: Regus, a global workplace provider, said nearly 70% of Malaysian workers were seeing more stress-related illness since the global economic downturn.

The study, which covered the opinions of 20,000 senior executives and business owners across 95 countries, also revealed that 48% of the Malaysian respondents felt their stress levels had risen and over 42% reported that they were sleeping less due to work worries.

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