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Younger employees most at risk of burnout during lockdown

Monday, 12 April, 2021

Employers could see increases in burnout and decreases in mental wellbeing due to employees’ working from home habits during lockdown, research by QBE revealed.

In this short video, psychologist and rehabilitation consultant Pinar Karabulut explores how prolonged home working during lockdown can impact mental health. Our research shows that 36% of younger employees admit to working longer hours in fear of losing their jobs. She suggests simple ways in which employers can support employee wellbeing during this uncertain time.

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