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Nike is giving its corporate workers a week off to “prioritize mental health.”

Aug 31 2021

Nike is giving its corporate workers a week off to “prioritize mental health.” Following LinkedIn’s week-off-of-work in April and Bumble’s week off in June to alleviate pandemic burnout for its employees, Nike is following suit by closing its offices for one week—signaling how more companies are listening to the mental health needs of their workers. Working remotely during the pandemic has not only resulted in burnout, but is making workers rethink their careers: according to the Labor Department, the share of people leaving jobs reached 2.7% in June—one of the highest levels since the government started tracking quit rates twenty years ago. While hybrid work models are one way to help employees achieve flexibility, mental health resources/support is equally important. YPulse’s employment and career goals data shows that 75% of employed Millennials want mental health support from their jobs. (ForbesWSJ)