After a long year, employees are ready for vacation. Optimizing leave management ensures that productivity holds steady.
By Alan Tyson|July 16, 2021 at 09:41 AM
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For many businesses, the past year has been marked by improvisation as they effectively transitioned to a remote work environment, adjusted to shifting consumer demands, and even modified their expected outcomes to accommodate on-the-ground realities.
Unfortunately, this tumultuous year has taken a toll on employees who often worked longer and harder while navigating less than optimal circumstances. As a result, many employees are exhausted. One survey found that 75% of employees report feeling burned out while reported instances of anxiety and depression continue to rise.
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