Matt Marazzo, Nike’s Senior Head of Global Marketing, in a LinkedIn post on Friday She saidwho – which
At company headquarters Beaverton Monday through the week, so to speak, “pull the plug.”
According to Mazzaro, top CEOs all send a clear message to employees: “Let’s take some time to relax, relieve stress and be with our loved ones. Don’t workMarazzo added that he believes it is time to rest and rejuvenate.”The key to good performance and common sense“.
Nike with this move, among other things, a dating app called Bumble Continued, which also introduced a one-week leave of absence for companies in June to combat burnout. Then Bumble announced in July that Makes one week of group leave a permanent advantage twice a year. Additionally, LinkedIn, for example, gave the majority of its 15,900 employees a week of paid leave in April to allow employees to recharge.
Interestingly, a recent study by job analysis firm Visier, which looked at 1,000 full-time workers in the United States, showed that
89 percent of workers said they experienced burnout in the past year.
In addition, 70 percent of survey respondents said He will leave his current job to an organization that provides better resources to reduce fatigue.
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