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From Burnout to Bliss: New Rules for Creating Workplace Happiness

How to recognize employee burnout and what you can do about it

Take proactive steps to keep your best people.


Stop "The Great Resignation" in your workplace.

With an increasing number of employees working remotely, many jobs have become more challenging and the line between home and work has become more blurred. All the while, companies are left with the question of how to gauge employee feelings in this ever-changing "new normal".

This e-book shares proactive steps you can take to keep your employees engaged and hold onto your top talent.

In one survey of 12,000 employees, researchers rated organizations based on their willingness to adopt new technology. Among organizations that lagged behind in this area, 58% of employees reported having negative feelings toward their employers. 

“The research underscores how the digital workplace encompasses a wide ecosystem of people, culture, technology and processes. It’s not just about how up to date your IT is or whether you can log in from home. How you work defines your workplace—and vice versa."

Leon Sayers
, Lead Advisory Consultant for Unisys Asia Pacific, which conducted the survey