To Solve the Retention Crisis, Proactive Mental Well-being Needs to be a Workplace Priority

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The pandemic has led to employee retention struggles that require a serious reconsideration of how employers address mental well-being. McKinsey calls it “the Great Attrition.” 

More than 15 million U.S. workers have quit their jobs since April 2021, and forty percent of employees say they are at least somewhat likely to quit in the next three to six months. Why? Burnout is one major factor. A largest-of-its-kind study released recently by leadership consulting firm DDI surveyed more than 15,000 employees and 2,000 human resource professionals across 24 industries. The study found that nearly 60% of leaders reported feeling used

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