Hand reaching out from papers The percentage of managers who reported feeling burnt out at the end of the year increased 78% from the start of 2020. (Image: Shutterstock)

Managers faced a unique challenge in 2020. As many companies sent their employees home to work remotely through the pandemic, managers had to learn how to lead people when interaction was limited to Zoom calls and emails. A report by Glint, part of LinkedIn, examines how successfully they adapted to that challenge, and what it means for the future of teams.

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Danielle Andrus

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