Employee anxiety about returning to the office is sky-high. Now what?

This is a preview. View original post on this site

Employee anxiety about returning to the workplace is soaring, a new study finds—research that may give employers pause regarding their back to office plans.

Data out Tuesday from Limeade finds that a shocking 100% of employees surveyed are anxious about returning to the workplace, citing concerns over exposure to COVID-19, less flexibility and commuting to work. The employee experience company surveyed 4,553 full-time employees in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States to find employees’ reasons for anxiety as employers rush to re-open their doors.

Of the employees surveyed who were working on-site pre-pandemic but now are working from

Read Complete Article

,

Subscribe to Recruiting Headlines

* indicates required

RECRUITMENT MARKETPLACE


»Need an ATS? Try JazzHR



»Free Rejection Email Templates


»Text Recruiting Software


»Interview Scheduling Tool: Cronofy


»HR Podcast Directory


»Recruiting Newsletters


»HR Tech News


»Freelance HR Jobs


»Recruiting & HR Jobs


»Recruiter Ebooks

shares