Employee happiness dips, burnout rises. Why? Employees want more flexibility.
This edition of the Glint Employee Well-Being Report reveals that employees are once again battling a dip in happiness at work and a surge in burnout. One explanation, according to LinkedIn’s People Science experts: Employees don’t want to return to pre-pandemic office life.
These data insights have also told us something really important for today’s people leaders: companies are not delivering on the two things job candidates want most.
Dive into our latest report to find out what those two things are. You'll also learn about:
• How remote work has impacted employee well-being and productivity
• Employees' appetite for flexibility in where and when they work
• Whether employees see opportunities for internal mobility
Read the full report