How data can help fight burnout – Quartz
Covid-19 has highlighted the need for people-centered workplaces once and for all, and Justin Black, LinkedIn’s head of humanities, is here for it. Prioritizing employee well-being is not only a moral imperative, he argues, but a critical aspect of running a business, as it impacts worker satisfaction in the long run.
In this episode, Quartz CEO Zach Seward gets insight from Black on the current state of employee well-being a year after a global pandemic, as well as a crash course on how to focus on the good. -be employees to help business leaders solve today’s most pressing challenges. : Asynchronous Collaboration, Work-Life Balance, Mental Health, Inclusiveness, and Corporate Culture.Black also offers a comprehensive overview of the emerging data-driven field known as people science and its impact on the workplace. at the individual and organizational levels.
Black also offers a comprehensive overview of the emerging data-driven field, known as people science, and its impact on workplaces, both at the individual and organizational level.
In general, all [burnout] pattern that we see at the individual level is somehow related to leadership and management practices.
At the heart of his office life forecast for 2021 and beyond is the need for more meaningful employee data and a deeper integration of the HR Director / HR Manager role into the decision-making process. company, to create workplaces with the holistic well-being of employees in mind.
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