Corporate Governance

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More than three-quarters (76%) of people whose boss demonstrated empathy said they felt engaged at work. Image: Unsplash/Roland Samuel

Douglas Broom

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More than three-quarters (76%) of people whose boss demonstrated empathy said they felt engaged at work. Image: Catalyst
Manager empathy affects employee inclusion. Image: Catalyst

The report says the pandemic has been particularly hard for women, especially those from minority ethnic groups whose communities have suffered most from COVID-19. Image: Catalyst

People were also much less likely to quit their jobs if they had an empathetic boss. Image: Catalyst

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