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Stressed, Sad, and Anxious: A Snapshot of the Global Workforce | HBR

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According to a Gallup survey, the emotional wellness of workers increases employee engagement, productivity, and other positive effects.

According to Gallup’s 2018 State of the Global Workplace study, 44% of workers reported significant stress the previous day. In 2020, there was a rise in stress, anxiety, rage, and depression among the global workforce. Burnout and high turnover rates will likely catch executives off-guard if they ignore their workers’ wellness. The findings of a Gallup study indicate that customer engagement, profitability, and productivity are enhanced when teams believe their employer cares about their welfare. One percent more than in 2020, 33 percent of the world’s workforce said they are flourishing at work.

This is a one-percentage-point increase from 2020 and the fourth consecutive year of growth. Organizations cannot operate efficiently with employees who are hurting and suffering.

Source: https://hbr.org/2022/06/stressed-sad-and-anxious-a-snapshot-of-the-global-workforce

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