Stop working too much'and letting your team overwork, too

Published Apr 07 2021 at 7:00 AM GMT
Key
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  • Since the pandemic began and many employees began to work remotely, balancing or blending work and life has been a challenge for many.
  • As we previously reported in Fast Company, an April 2020 survey by Blue Jeans found that remote workers were adding roughly three or four more hours to their workdays at home in the early weeks of the pandemic, increasing the risk of burnout.
  • A new report sheds more light on the motivation behind employees working long hours from home.
  • Achievers’ fourth annual Employee Engagement and Retention Report found that more than half (51%) of employees are worried that their manager thinks they’re not being productive enough working from home.
  • So, 44% of them respond by working longer hours.




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  • Published Apr 7, 2021 7:00 AM GMT