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The new year is typically a time for employees to refresh and reset. But with the current working world in a state of flux, that might be considered a luxury for some people. This could, in turn, lead to sustained burnout at the start of the year.
But there’s good news: there are things that HR and company leaders can do to better support the wellbeing of their employees during this time. To show you how the most successful companies respond to their workforce during the pandemic, we partnered with RedThread Research to collect valuable