After a uniquely challenging and disruptive year, many employees are struggling. In January, an employee trends study found that 34% of respondents reported feeling burned out, a 7% year-over-year increase. What’s more, the latest Household Pulse Survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) discovered that 37% of survey respondents feel anxious or depressed, a startling 26% increase since 2019.
Meanwhile, the work continues. The global economy is expected to expand 6% this year, a revised figure reflecting increasing optimism about the economic potential in a post-pandemic world. To prepare, some teams