March 29, 2022
Medium recently published insight from Constance Hadley, Lecturer of Management & Organizations, on her analysis of the ‘Great Rethinking’ and what is influencing employees to actively seek new jobs.
A recent study revealed that 55% of hybrid employees and 50% of all-remote employees reported feeling lonelier at work than before the pandemic, due to the feelings of being disconnected and burned out. In a question-and-answer session, Constance shares her research-based techniques to identify these feelings in the workplace and how these issues can be addressed both from an individual and business standpoint. In offering ways employers can acknowledge and prevent employee burnout and loneliness, Constance states,
“There is much that senior leaders can do to address burnout and loneliness, starting with educating themselves about what is really going on with their workforce. Instead of generic culture or engagement surveys, companies should collect targeted data on these issues.”
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