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Employee satisfaction and employee burnout are not mutually exclusive. As a new report notes, 84% of 1,100 full-time employees surveyed are satisfied with their jobs, but 65% say they’re still burned out. What’s more, burnout is impacting productivity, with 72% of employees saying it has affected their on-the-job performance

“Uncovering the Significant HR Trends of 2024 to Maximize Your Next-Best Step,” from HR management system company, isolved, identifies “the needs and wants of the modern employee and how employers can better support their workforce.” 

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