Daily August 27
Since March 2020, a myriad of factors have contributed to employee burnout, but new variables have been added to the mix since following the vaccine rollout this spring. People started to feel safe reigniting their social lives, and employers started planning for the return to offices, which has employees reassessing what a work-life balance looks like. Read more below.
- Employees who have felt the effects of burnout for the past year and a half are bracing for another wind.
- Forbes is jumping onto the SPAC bandwagon, with plans to take the company public and find opportunities for more paid consumer products.
- For the latest edition of our Confessions series, in which we trade anonymity for candor, we heard from a DTC media buyer on how the privacy changes have made his job more difficult.
- Academic and industry experts discuss what communicative skills are necessary to navigate hybrid-working environments successfully.
- Axel Springer is buying up more U.S.-based business publications in an effort to secure a large, high-value audience.
- As the gig economy takes hold of adland, freelance collective We Are Rosie launches a new initiative to bridge the gap for job hoppers.
- Vice has reorganized the ranks of its digital arm to prioritize video, formally putting a video-focused executive at the helm of its digital arm.