According to a recent International SOS report, 80% of surveyed global risk leaders believe burnout will have a significant impact on businesses in the next year. Forty-one percent feel that their organizations are prepared to deal with burnout.
Sixty-five percent believe that global risks will continue to grow in 2024. Half of respondents say they have factored climate change into their health and security plans. Three out of four respondents expressed the belief that their organizations will face significant impacts in the coming year.
More than two out of five respondents said they were worried about the effect of medical misinformation and disinformation on their workforces. This rises to three in five when asked about inaccurate political information.
Three-quarters of surveyed organizations report increased employee expectations for duty of care.