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Why teacher mental health and well-being are critical for success

By: Richard Porter

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Employee burnout statistics for 2023

Discover these employee burnout statistics for 2023 and learn more about the quiet trend putting so many businesses and workers at risk.

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Preventing healthcare worker burnout: A critical task for healthcare executives

Learn about healthcare worker burnout and how it's up to healthcare executives to prevent burnout in the workplace.

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How to support mental health in the workplace

Learn about the business impact of emotional wellness in the workplace, and get 6 strategies to improve mental health at work.

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Richard Porter

Richard Porter is a freelance writer based in Seattle. His work has appeared in the Microsoft blog, ROVA Magazine, and ParentMap, among other publications. More of his writing can be found at

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