How to reduce virtual presenteeism

The results are in: Presenteeism happens when people work from home, too.

Presenteeism decreases engagement, motivation and productivity. And recent research reveals that it's become a significant issue for employees working from home during COVID-19 restrictions.

This report explores current industry research about presenteeism while working remotely, its link to poor mental wellbeing and what it's costing organizations like yours. Most importantly, it explains science-backed ways you can help your team deal with presenteeism and work towards a more balanced mental wellbeing.

Report highlights:

Presenteeism costs companies more than $226 billion yearly.

About 1/3 of workers continue to work despite feeling unwell.

Happy, enthusiastic workers are 21% more profitable.

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