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How Scheduling Impacts Employee Mental Health and Work Life Balance

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530 - How Scheduling Impacts Employee Mental Health and Work Life Balance

Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane

Guests: Alison Stevens, Director of HR Services at Paychex and Jeanne Meister, Executive Vice President at Executive Networks

This episode of At Work in America is sponsored by Paychex, one of the leading providers of HR, payroll, retirement, and insurance solutions for businesses of all sizes. Nearly one-third of U.S. employees say their work schedule still remains unpredictable as a result of the pandemic, a factor they report as having a significant effect on their overall well-being – from causing financial stress, to feeling disconnected from family friends. And, this appears to be affecting younger generations the most.To learn more about these findings, and how you can optimize work scheduling to help better support your employees, visit payx.me/schedules today.

This week, we met with Alison Stevens and Jeanne Meister, to learn about new research surrournding unpredictable employee schedules and the impact on employee absenteeism, turnover, productivity, and morale.

- Adverse impacts of unpredictable work schedules on full-time and part-time employees

- How the pandemic has changed hybrid workers' schedules

- Paychex's recommendation on how HR professionals can ensure their business practices comply with the law and also increase scheduling predictability

Learn more here

Thank you, Alison and Jeanne, for joining the show today!  Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour wherever you get your podcasts. 

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