Future Forum explored how executives are dealing with the strain of leading in the “new normal.”

A survey of 10,766 workers in the U.S., Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. was conducted Aug. 3-21, 2022.

Key findings include:
1.) Burnout rose to 40% this quarter globally—an 8% rise from May—with the most significant increase in the U.S.
— Women experienced 32% more burnout than men in the same roles.
2.) Workers who have full schedule flexibility reported 29% higher productivity and 53% greater ability to focus than workers with no ability to shift their schedule.
3.) Remote and hybrid workers were 52% more likely to say their company culture had improved over the past two years compared to fully in-person workers.
— Many workers cited flexible remote work policies as the primary reason their culture is changing for the better.
4.) People who are burned out feel far less connected to their companies and report being three times more “likely” or “very likely” to look for a new job in the coming year.

Find the original report here.

Heidy Modarelli handles Growth & Marketing for IPR. She has previously written for Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, The Next Web, and VentureBeat.
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