HR Should Watch Out for 3 Challenges Driving Remote Work Fatigue

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Many employees have been working remotely for more than a year, and most favor the flexibility it offers, but remote work fatigue is setting in. Ninety-three percent of HR leaders report being increasingly concerned about employee burnout. Recognizing and addressing key sources of stress can help.

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“While exploring the differences between on-site and hybrid environments, our research uncovered that a number of features native to the hybrid environment are driving fatigue, and this is putting employee well-being at risk,” says Alexia Cambon, Director, Gartner. “In addition, many of the strategies that

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