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Staffing shortages stress remaining workers, survey shows

May 12, 2022

Via: HR Dive

As the workplace continues to rearrange itself in the wake of the pandemic, burnout has taken its toll.

An October survey from the Society for Human Resources Management showed that employees who stayed put during the Great Resignation were struggling to complete their work, more frustrated and less loyal to their organizations — and the problem does not seem to have resolved, the Eagle Hill survey shows.

Simply giving employees vacations may not be the answer, a Visier report from August showed; one-third of employees surveyed said they felt pressure to check in during their time off, and many said the preparation time required before taking off added to their stress.

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