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Productivity 'hyper focus' hurting employees, causing attrition: Report

Only 9% of managers say hybrid work model gives them confidence that employees are productive

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More than 90 per cent of employees agreed that the promise of socialising with co-workers and rebuilding team bonds could motivate them to return to the office

Sourabh Lele New Delhi
A "hyper focus" on productivity is hurting the well-being of Indian IT companies' employees and causing attrition, said a report on Thursday, revealing views over the uses of hybrid working.

As many as 47 per cent of employees and 58 per cent of their leaders said they feel burnt out at work, according to Microsoft’s global Work Trend Index Report 2022. As many as 93 per cent of Indian IT sector employees said they were productive at work. Only 9 per cent of managers believed that the hybrid work model can give them confidence that employees are productive.

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First Published: Sep 29 2022 | 6:14 PM IST

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