2024 State of Workplace Empathy Report: Part 1

Publisher: Businessolver

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2024 State of Workplace Empathy Report: Part 1

Our ninth annual State of Workplace Empathy Study reveals 55% of CEOs and 50% of employees faced mental health issues in the past year, with Gen Z reporting the highest at 65%. Toxic workplaces may be a factor, with 52% of Gen Z and CEOs also reporting their workplaces are toxic. And while all audiences surveyed value empathy and view it as a key driver of business performance, real barriers persist to putting empathy into action—especially for 63% of CEOs who say it's hard to demonstrate empathy in their day-to-day.