Among 29,128,000 workers having worked with employers or colleagues or employees during their work-life (84.7 per cent of actual or in the past workers), 9 per cent (2,633,000) reported to
have suffered, in their work-life, vexations or reduction or loss of duties with respect to the actual pay-grade. 6.7 per cent suffered such situations in the last 3 years and 4.3 per cent in the last twelve months before the interview. Women reporting suffering at work in course of their work-life are 9.9 per cent.
In particular 2,091,000 workers (7.2 per cent) reported work-vexations during their work-life. 5.2 per cent of workers suffered vexations in the last three years and 3.5 per cent in the last 12
months before the interview. 3.3 per cent of the workers (961,000 people) reported having been victim of reduction or loss of duties with respect to the current pay-grade in their work-life. In
particular, 2.6 per cent (560,000) reported reduction or loss of duties in the last 3 years and 1.5 per cent in the last 12 months (306,000).