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GFI software announced the results of its second annual IT Administrator Stress Survey, which revealed that the number of IT professionals considering leaving their job due to workplace stress has declined from 67% last year to 57% in 2013, a 10 point drop in one year. While the percentages are still staggeringly high, the results suggest a measure of improvement in working conditions and attitudes over the past 12 months.
In this podcast, Phil Bousfield, General Manager of the Infrastructure Business Unit at GFI Software, joins HRIQ to answer the following questions:
- In what ways are the IT administrators affected with regard to their health and personal lives?
- How does this affect organizations when it comes to factors like attrition and employee engagement?
- What are some steps organizations can take to reduce this burden on IT?
- Why is creating a better, more relaxed workplace a value-added proposition for companies?