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Employers are not doing a good job of addressing the root causes of employee burnout, a new report from the McKinsey Health Institute suggests. The institute found that when it came to employee burnout, companies are doing more to address the symptoms than the causes of the problem.

Institute researchers found that one in four employees in the survey reported burnout symptoms. The survey, conducted earlier this year, polled 15,000 employees and 1,000 human resources decision-makers in 15 countries.

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