Performance | Why motivation is a struggle for younger staff

Why motivation is a struggle for younger staff

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a noticeable impact on employee engagement across workforces. Whether this has been due to growing health and wellbeing concerns or the constraints of working from home, many employees have struggled to feel both connected to their employer and to feel mentally prepared to work.

Yet, new research released by Lane4 – which surveyed over 1,000 GB workers and was carried out by YouGov – has revealed the age demographic that is suffering most from a lack of motivation at work.

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