Five major reasons for weaker personal energy during coronavirus crisis in China 2020

According to the survey conducted by McKinsey on the personal impact of working through the COVID-19 crisis, about 30 percent of the respondents reported their personal energy reduced during the outbreak primarily due to the blurred boundary between life and work. The energy of the respondents bottomed out in mid-February, but then returned to normal as effective strategies emerged at both corporate and national level.

Reasons for reduced personal energy during coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in China as of March 2020

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Source

In cooperation with
McKinsey
Release date

April 2020

Region

China

Survey time period

March 12 to March 18, 2020

Number of respondents

1,300 respondents

Special properties

among senior management, middle management, and frontline staff in a cross-section of industries

Method of interview

Online survey

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