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With nurses facing burnout like never before, some hospitals are exploring remote work options that could keep experienced RNs on the job longer.
A new survey by UKG's Workforce Institute finds half of American workers wouldn't recommend their job or their employer to their own kid. The same percentage would like to stop working if they could.
"We are scrambling as a school, as a district" to catch up kids and address mental health needs, Jessica Gomez of Southern California says.
The debate around quiet quitting has gotten people speaking up about burnout and workplace fatigue driven by the pandemic.
With many teachers exhausted by the demands of the pandemic, it's harder for school districts to recruit them for summer work.
And that’s on top of the fact that teacher pay was already relatively low.
Nearly half of American workers are looking for a new job or plan to in the next year. One-third are ready to quit without a new job lined up.
For Los Angeles e-retailer Patty Delgado, the stress of running her first business inspired her to take a different approach with the launch a second.
Along with protecting the lunch hour, the bank also suggested meetings should be no more than 45 minutes.
An online retailer shares her experience with pandemic burnout and how it's changed the way she thinks about her business.