Survey: In Latvia, the employer of 25% of the population takes care of their emotional health

Survey: In Latvia, the employer of 25% of the population takes care of their emotional health
Survey: In Latvia, the employer of 25% of the population takes care of their emotional health
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For half of the respondents who answered positively, this concern is manifested by respecting the employee’s personal time, 42% are provided with flexible work both in person and remotely.

Likewise, 40% of respondents organize activities that improve their well-being in their workplaces, as well as hold special lectures and seminars (29%).

Less frequently, or 11% of employees, a visit to a psychologist is paid for.

In general, according to the survey data, 29% of the population of Latvia take care of their emotional and mental health, and more often it is women who take care of it.

Survey data show that 46% of respondents in Latvia take care of their personal and family well-being by spending time with their family. On the other hand, every third resident of Latvia engages in reading books, enjoying music, and traveling in order to improve their well-being.

Survey data show that almost a fifth of the population periodically visits a sports club or regularly exercises at home, while 11% of respondents participate in running and walking activities.

According to the study, 11% of Latvian residents do not take any measures to improve their well-being.

The survey was conducted in 2023 in cooperation with the Nielsen research company, surveying a total of 1,600 residents aged 16 to 64.

The article is in Latvian
Latvia
Tags: Survey Latvia employer population takes care emotional health

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