Lockdown has caused employee wellbeing to take a hit with new research finding that burnout figures have doubled during this period.
The research from LinkedIn's Glint revealed that burnout doubled from March (2.7%) to April (5.4%) 2020, suggesting that HR departments need to urgently to address this before it threatens the productivity and engagement of remote workers.
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