Startling new wellbeing data is a call to action for HR leaders

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A confluence of factors has pushed employee stress and job dissatisfaction to new highs, in what some analysts call a “crisis of wellbeing” in the workplace.

Nearly half of employees (48%) say their wellbeing declined in 2022, and 28% say they are miserable at work, according to a survey of 9,000 employees globally from Gympass, an employee wellbeing platform. Not only that but in the U.S., nearly half (48%) of Americans aren’t satisfied with their wellbeing at work and over 25% are “completely unhappy” in their jobs. The report also points to recent Gallup data that finds that employee stress

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