Employees largely feel positive and grateful about how their organization is handling the COVID-19 crisis—yet their feelings of burnout have doubled since March, according to Glint’s new data insights.

Since launching distress-related surveys in March, Glint has collected nearly 3 million data points from employee feedback. The surveys have been administered by companies in financial services, manufacturing, and healthcare, and they cover support, well-being, resources, prioritization, connection, productivity, communication, technology, and more.

Among the findings:

  • 90% of employees said they are satisfied with their organization’s communications, and they know what they should be focusing on.
  • Nearly 1 in 5 said their employer isn’t doing enough to help employees feel connected to each other.  
  • Individual contributors are feeling significantly more positive about clarity of prioritization than managers are.

To learn more about the findings, click the image below ⬇️ . And check out our COVID-19 resource center for information on how to support your people during this time.

Data-driven insights during COVID-19