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The Great Resignation and increased employee turnover continue to dominate headlines. But what about the employees who haven’t exited their organizations?

The truth is that many employees who remained at their organizations are feeling burned out and disengaged, and this phenomenon is now being called the Hidden Resignation. These employees are still working — but not as efficiently or productively as they could be. With 68% of employees reporting that too many distractions and notifications restrict their productivity, it’s not hard to see why workers are feeling this way.

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