Microsoft researchers have observed more remote employees returning to work late at night. Is this a red flag or a sign of workers adopting workdays that best suit their lives?
A recent survey shows that while employee wellness is on the rise, the perception of employer support has dropped. Here’s what wellness pros should know.
A recent study finds that the negative impacts of burnout— on a person’s overall well-being, productivity and quality of work—have increased in the past year.
Evidence suggests that a massive recent uptick in resignations is related to a deeper problem in the workplace: Discontent and disengagement, some of it exacerbated by the pandemic.
Company notes a focus on delivering energy optimization, resilience, focus on mental and physical health and helping plan for retirement.
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