2020 Employee Care Report




2020 Employee Care Report

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The concept of the work-life balance is changing.  It’s not just about balancing the two-halves to each other, it’s about combining the two into one seamless lifestyle.

Why?

To put it simply, the workplace has expanded outside the office.  Technology allows companies to interact with their employees in a whole new way.  Organizations can “virtually deliver the tools, resources and communications employees need to do their jobs more efficiently.”  And that usually translates to more being asked of the employees.  To succeed, they’ll need more support to keep their lives balanced and perform at higher levels.

According to the 2020 Employee Care report produced by Limeade, organizations “rarely fulfill employees’ socioemotional needs for affiliation, esteem and emotional support.”  As a result, employees experiencing that are more likely to seek out employers who can and do fill those needs.

The report takes a deeper look into the realities of care in the workplace and identifies key problems linked to employee turnover, including low levels of inclusion, high levels of burnout and the inability to address mental health issues like stress and anxiety. It also identifies where employers fall short, how a lack of care manifests in the workplace and how companies can change to retain top talent.      

Readers who download the report will learn:

  • The biggest causes of employee turnover
  • About the impacts of burnout and inclusion on turnover
  • How mental health has an impact on turnover

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