gunnerthought – How to put your health and happiness first

2 Oct 2015 - Doing Good
7 minute read
gunnerthought – How to put your health and happiness first

Landmark research from gunnercooke sheds light on the current state of wellbeing, psychological health and engagement in the UK legal sector.

The report draws responses from a survey of 1,000 UK lawyers to gauge why the legal professional are among the most prone to burnout.

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