woman silhouetted at desk in front of laptop, hands to forehead Gen Z and millennials were more likely to suffer burnout over the last 12 months with 45% and 42%, respectively, being affected. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It likely won't surprise anyone to hear that COVID-19 has caused major burnout in the workplace – something leaders need to reconsider as employees slowly return to the office. A new survey, "The Pandemic Within the Pandemic: Why Leaders Need to Reconnect on Mental Health at Work," shows that more than a third (38%) of the world's employees were experiencing burnout over the past 12 months and mental health had declined as a result.

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