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Employers, it seems, are more pessimistic about their employees’ situations than the employees themselves. A study from Towers Watson found that 65 percent of workers say changes made in their company as a result of the downturn has had an adverse affect on their workload. Almost 80 percent of employers saw the same effect. Nearly two-thirds of employers think the changes they’ve enacted in the company have negatively affected their workers’ work-life balance, while only 44 percent of workers agree. And, almost half of workers say business changes have hindered their ability to manage work-related stress; 69 percent of employers agreed.

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