HONOLULU (KHON2) — According to a new study by software company Limeaid, seven out of ten employees are feeling burned out from work during the pandemic.
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That’s up from 40 percent before COVID.
So what are companies doing about it?
Some leaders are coming up with ways to keep their workers engaged and feeling appreciated – even if they can’t be all together.
One company, sent a gift box that included a tie-dye kit, a few snacks, sunscreen and some other treats.
Then, the company held a photo contest to see who could create the best set up with the winner getting $50.
Other companies are sending out weekly gift cards for a free lunch.
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