Managing Leave in the Era of Burnout and Quiet Quitting

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Managing Leave in the Era of Burnout and Quiet Quitting

By Rebecca Fisco, CDMS, Associate Director, Integrated Absence Management and Vocational Services, The Ohio State University; Ed Quick, MA, MBA, CDMS, Global Senior Benefits Manager; MaryBeth Kurland, MPA, CAE, ICE-CCP, Chief Executive Officer, Commission for Case Manager Certification

Employers are starting to see the impact of burnout in their leave and time-off programs. To manage absences, including requests for intermittent leaves, employers are encouraged to respond with flexibility and empathy through programs and policies, culture, and more.

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