Lack of motivation is hindering performance at work for younger staff since the pandemic hit but they shouldn’t be written off as lazy. Nearly half of workers under 35 (44%) surveyed by management consultancy Lane4 with YouGov said they lacked motivation. Performance of younger workers is twice as likely to be impacted by a lack of motivation than that of 45-54-year olds (22%). But Adrian Moorhouse, managing director, Lane4 said: “It’s crucial that these findings are not misconstrued as the latest ‘evidence’ in support of the long standing – and deeply flawed...

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