How to Beat Burnout During a Pandemic (and Beyond) [Talent Q]

Laura Francis
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Laura Francis

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Mentoring to Beat Pandemic Burnout - TQ articleHow to Beat Burnout During a Pandemic (and Beyond)

By Laura Francis
Published in Talent Q
September 10, 2020

Savvy companies have figured out how to engage their remote employees, help them feel connected with others at work, and provide a way to broaden their skills while building personal connections. And it all starts with virtual mentoring. Read more in this article from Laura Francis in Talent Q.

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Burned out. Stressed. Tired. These themes reflect the way employees feel today, according to a FlexJobs, Mental Health America survey. The report shows 75 percent of people have experienced burnout at work, with 40 percent saying they’ve suffered from burnout specifically during the coronavirus pandemic.

Here’s another sobering stat: Cigna’s 2020 Loneliness Index finds three in five adults (61 percent) report being lonely, a 7 percent increase from 2018. That number might not surprise you in the age of COVID-19, but this report came out before the pandemic changed everything.

But not all hope is lost. Savvy companies have figured out how to engage their remote employees, help them feel connected with others at work, and provide a way to broaden their skills while building personal connections. And it all starts with virtual mentoring.

Continue reading “How to Beat Burnout During a Pandemic (and Beyond)” here.

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