LinkedIn recently surprised its workers with a paid week off to help with burnout as a result of the pandemic.
While a small group of core workers kept things running, most of the networking giant's 15,900-strong global workforce clocked off from 5 April.
Although the offer of annual leave is a generous gesture which employees will appreciate, it will be nothing more than a burnout bandage unless it comes with more meaningful changes. Let me explain.
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