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Only 1 in 10 Managers Are Worried About Burnout

But the other 9 should be.

A sure-fire way to help bring about a crisis is to ignore the problems that can create it. The results of a new research project are focusing a spotlight on a serious problem faced by millions of employees that could create a crisis for their organizations: burnout. Unfortunately, only one-in- ten managers who were asked (11%) said they are worried about the problem.

The results are part of the State Of Remote Work 2021 report from Owl Labs. They, in collaboration with Global Workplace Analytics, surveyed 2,050 full-time workers in the United States between the of ages 21 and 65 at companies with 10 or more employees and a 50/50 gender split. The data was collected in September 2021.

This is not the first survey about employee burnout.*

Read more of this important Forbes article to mitigate this continuing issue.


*Report: 90% Of Managers Are Not Worried About Employee Burnout. Here’s Why They Should Be. Edward Segal, Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.