It’s going to take more than flexibility to overcome this challenge. Natasha Ramkissoon explains how today’s employers can better cater for the newest cohort in the office.

Recent research has revealed that workers under 30 are particularly susceptible to burnout.

In fact, nearly half of 18-to-29-year-olds report feeling drained, compared to only 40 per cent of their older peers. The findings come from a survey conducted by the Slack-backed consortium Future Forum, which gathered insights from over 10,000 desk workers worldwide.

Given this information, the question begs to be asked how workplaces are currently designed and what changes can be made to better accommodate the next generation of our workforce.

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Natasha Ramkissoon is an employer brand consultant at Principals.
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