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July 1, 2022
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Half of employees think managers have become less empathetic in latest lockdown

Whilst initial lockdowns saw a positive response from managers looking to support their teams, it seems maintaining this level of empathy a full year later is for some leaders proving unsustainable claims business training course provider, The Hub Events. The survey of 1115 employees who WFH claims that 53 percent felt their manager had become less empathetic during the most recent lockdown.     Respondents were also asked: What have been your employer’s biggest failings when it comes to empathy during the most recent lockdown? Christine Macdonald, founder of The Hub Events commented: “Looking at the results, it’s shocking to…
Half of employees think managers have become less empathetic in latest lockdown

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