'Give staff a break' | Bumble closes ENTIRE business for week to tackle 'collective burnout'

Bumble closes ENTIRE business for week to tackle 'collective burnout'

The dating app Bumble has closed for one week to give its circa 700-strong workforce a needed break to destress and recharge.

According to Sky News, in a now-deleted tweet, the employer’s head of content praised the firm’s Chief Executive Whitney Wolfe Herd’s decision to give staff this paid time off.

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