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In this year’s Global Employer Survey, employee burnout emerged as one of the top concerns for global multinational corporations. This creates a unique challenge for employers, as their priorities for the near term are focused on talent.
Here we explore some of our findings, examine burnout from a multinational employer perspective, look at how employees are feeling about work, and consider some data-driven actions that employers may consider as they look to support their workforce.
Our key takeaways include:
- Employers are facing a number of particular challenges in building their talent pipeline, and are reporting that levels of burnout and turnover are increasing.
- Many employees appear to have a complicated relationship with work, with multiple factors contributing to stress in the workplace.
- Well-being support is desired by many workers, but some companies still feel that this is not something that employers should be responsible for.
- Focusing on strategies that address employee needs in this area may positively impact efforts in employee engagement and building the talent pipeline.
Download the full report for additional insights we’ve identified and the opportunities they present to employers.
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