Progressive companies trialling new processes to combat professional burnout
Professional burnout has driven many progressive companies to challenge the traditional formula for productivity, so what can employees expect in years to come from the workplace?
A yearly entitlement of annual leave was written into law. Now, even perks that were novel only a decade ago, like fully catered meals and subsidised gym membership, seem like old news.
Fast forward another ten years, what should we expect from the workplace of the future? The contemporary culture of professional burnout has driven many progressive companies to challenge the traditional formula for productivity.
By doing away with long hours, stuffy offices and unbending...
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