The study of more than 1,000 employees, managers, HR leaders, and C-level executives across 11 countries found that the Covid-19 pandemic has increased workplace stress, anxiety, and burnout for people all around the world, and they prefer robots instead of other people to help.
As Covid-19 takes its toll on the mental wellbeing of individuals universally, over 9 in 10 individuals in India think robots can support their overall well-being much superior to people, a new Prophet study said on Wednesday.
A whopping 91 percent of the Indian workforce surveyed said they would prefer to convert to a robot over their director approximately push and uneasiness at work, concurring to the ponder by Prophet and Working environment Insights, an HR investigator and admonitory firm.
The ponder of more than 1,000 workers, directors, HR leaders, and C-level administrators over 11 nations found that the Covid-19 widespread has expanded work environment stretch, uneasiness, and burnout for individuals all around the world, and they lean toward robots rather than other individuals to help.
Nearly 93 percent of individuals said their mental wellbeing issues at work adversely influence their domestic life whereas 95 percent of those studied accepted companies ought to be doing more to bolster the mental wellbeing of their workforce.