Many employees are still struggling with low levels of well-being — with most of them saying that their health worsened or stayed the same last year, according to a survey of 3,150 people conducted in March by Deloitte and Workplace Intelligence.
The pandemic and it’s ensuing lockdowns forced Gen Z to miss out on vital experiences as they spent almost two years of collage and/or high school shuttered at home. They were robbed of the closure of graduation ceremonies, the fun of collage parties, and the hands-on experience of internships and first jobs. But they still had to go to work.
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How do you tell the difference between when your body is casually communicating with you and when it is trying to alert you to signs of burnout? Well, that depends on how closely you’re listening and whether you’re numbing the early signals.
According to recent studies, burnout is on the rise dramatically, and looking only at how much we are working is not providing all the key answers we need to address the critical questions of what causes this increasing physical and emotional challenge.
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