Wellbeing | Staff happier but risk of burnout high

Staff happier but risk of burnout high

Despite the growing concerns over worker wellbeing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, new data from Glint has found that at the end of 2020, workers were happier than they were in the same period in 2019.

Glint’s analysis, which was aggregated from over 9million employee engagement survey responses from companies across the globe, found that happiness at work rose by a total of 5.4% in December of 2020.

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