Do you know what the number one complaint among workers in 2020 is?

You might think it’s uncertainty. Maybe job security.

But according to a recent study done by Metlife, that’s not the case.

It’s being tired.

The freedom of working at home has come at a price – added stress from poor work location, children and pets, and a million other distractions.

And dysfunctional management isn’t helping.

Another study found that “managers ability to coach and not boss” is the reason for 70% of variance in employee engagement scores.

Seventy-percent.

The hard truth is, without a properly re-trained management team, you’re looking at a rough Q3 and Q4.

More absences.

More burnout.

Dramatically lower productivity.

You might get the same time out of them, but definitely not the energy or passion.

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