Burned out and happy? Why this paradox defines HR’s next challenge

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2020 challenged us to the core. I won’t belabor what we already know—we had a global pandemic and a year of political and social unrest in the United States that tested every part of our being, most notably our mental health. Quite simply, 2020 burned us out.

But a fascinating new report from Glint on workplace wellbeing confirmed something surprising I had been suspecting about 2020: Despite a marked rise in burnout risk, people were actually happier at work. You read that right—happier! How is this possible?

To me, it’s explained by the difference between burnout and happiness.

Vinnie Garufi of Bristol

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