Employees are refusing to take time off; What’s the worry?

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More than one in 10 employees (13%) say they won’t take time off work until the pandemic is over, presenting a significant challenge for employers as they witness soaring rates of employee burnout and depression.

The new data from software firm Zapier finds that hesitation to take time off may be fueled by a few concerns. A third of employees feel it’s a waste to take time off due to travel restrictions, and just under a quarter say it’s difficult to justify time off when they’re working from home. Meanwhile, many employees are working more hours as a result

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