Half of businesses fear staff at risk of pandemic burnout

Industry News | 12/08/20

Almost half of managers at British businesses fear their staff are at risk of burnout, as the pandemic forces employers to adapt to new ways of working.

More than a third of employees surveyed by recruitment firm Robert Walters that their mental health and wellbeing had suffered as result of working longer hours during the outbreak. Those working from home recorded a 35 per cent increase in productivity, as 87 per cent of respondents said they felt pressured to keep productivity levels consistently high.

Source: CityAM