In this issue of The Nease Report, we are here to share exciting updates about Nease Personnel, current job openings and market updates!
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The last two years of the pandemic turned work-life balance into somewhat of a myth. As the primary location of both work life and home life merged into work-from-home setups, many of us struggle with dividing those worlds.
Statistics from Zippia in 2021 showed that 77% of employees in America experienced burnout at their current jobs, while 83% said their personal relationships are negatively impacted by burnout from work. Most employees also said they check their work emails outside of work, and almost half of employees label themselves as workaholics. These are staggering statistics about the way we valued work-life balance in the last few years.
Luckily, as we begin to recover from the pandemic, and the world continues to open up, the ecosystems of work and home are slowly but surely beginning to untangle. But, with that comes the new challenge of figuring out how to find our way back to the work-life balance we used to have.
So, if you are currently in the business of navigating the increasingly opening-up post-pandemic world, or if you never knew how to find work-life balance, to begin with, read on as I share with you five tips to achieve a work-life balance in 2022.
Click here to read the top 5 tips.
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