News: Employers take top performing talent for granted

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Employers take top performing talent for granted

According to a new research done by task force Hidden Brain Drain, companies are taking top talent for granted, with managers commonly working 82 hours per week. A similar survey was done two years ago where 45% of top management said they had ‘extremes jobs’, where they worked an average of 73 hours per week. The research unveiled has revealed the worsening state of ‘extreme working’ by organizations top talent. This is affecting personal life of the top management also, as people are so exhausted by the time they reach office that they are speechless which is having adverse effects on their relationships as well.

According to a new research done by task force Hidden Brain Drain, companies are taking top talent for granted, with managers commonly working 82 hours per week. A similar survey was done two years ago where 45% of top management said they had ‘extremes jobs’, where they worked an average of 73 hours per week. The research unveiled has revealed the worsening state of ‘extreme working’ by organizations top talent. This is affecting personal life of the top management also, as people are so exhausted by the time they reach office that they are speechless which is having adverse effects on their relationships as well.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Leadership, #Updates, #HRInsights

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