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Tired man with post-it notes on eyes Employees are also using fewer vacation days, feeling less engaged and have lower morale, leading more to seek support for their mental health. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Remote work has resulted in a boost in productivity, according to a new report, but worker burnout has also skyrocketed. 

That’s according to a survey of 175 HR executives in the U.S. recently released by The Conference Board.

 

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