Want to Improve Employee Performance? What New Research Suggests May Surprise You.

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3. Ditch burnout culture in favor of work-life fit

Though not the top concern, employees still report burnout drivers — inflexible, longer work hours, and excessive workloads — as major contributors to worsening mental health.2

But providing flexibility isn’t so simple when running a company that requires in-person work or customer service during open hours. What you can do is get more creative in how you show people you care about and respect their lives outside of work.

Gone are the days of family company picnics — many of today’s workers desire clearer boundaries between work and personal time and compensation for work-related activities. Some more attractive ideas may include a PTO gifting program, donating to employees’ charities of choice, or providing extra paid time off after completing a big project or busy season.

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