As the months came and went and the pandemic persisted, many workers felt that happiness gradually wear off as profound uncertainty, isolation, and loneliness crept in. Over the past two years, authors Steven Van Cohen and Ryan Jenkins researched this phenomenon and found that 72% of employees felt lonely at least once per month, and 55% felt lonely at least once per week.
In the age of the Great Resignation and a rise in the remote workforce, nearly three-quarters of companies are struggling to attract and hire talent. On the one hand, according to Gartner, the demand for remote work will increase by 30% by 2030 as Gen Z takes the workforce by storm.
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