Three-quarters of WFH employees suffering from burnout | HR Wire
Wellbeing

Three-quarters of WFH employees suffering from burnout

Sleeping problems (35%), the feeling of isolation (32%) and finding it difficult to concentrate (31%) were the three most common burnout symptoms reported by UK employees

Almost three-quarters (71%) of UK workers have reported experiencing a certain degree of burnout whilst working from home, according to a new study by B2B software search site Capterra. Its latest study, which analyses how working from home has affeted UK employees’ motivation and stress levels, found that many UK workers said the boundaries between work and home life are “blurring”, with 75% suffering from more than one burnout symptom. Sleeping problems (35%), the feeling of isolation (32%) and finding it difficult to concentrate (31%) were the three most common burnout symptoms repor... Subscribe to read full artical

Back to top button
Three-quarters of WFH employees suffering from burnout | HR Wire
Three-quarters of WFH employees suffering from burnout | HR Wire
Wellbeing

Three-quarters of WFH employees suffering from burnout

Sleeping problems (35%), the feeling of isolation (32%) and finding it difficult to concentrate (31%) were the three most common burnout symptoms reported by UK employees

Almost three-quarters (71%) of UK workers have reported experiencing a certain degree of burnout whilst working from home, according to a new study by B2B software search site Capterra. Its latest study, which analyses how working from home has affeted UK employees’ motivation and stress levels, found that many UK workers said the boundaries between work and home life are “blurring”, with 75% suffering from more than one burnout symptom. Sleeping problems (35%), the feeling of isolation (32%) and finding it difficult to concentrate (31%) were the three most common burnout symptoms repor... Subscribe to read full artical

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

To view our content you will need to disabled your ad-blocker. Serving adverts is fundamental to the business model of publishers and without them we would not have the funding to pay journalists to write.