Twitter apologizes for misusing data, Dick’s Sporting Goods mulls ditching all guns, and why employers must support mental health

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Good morning, PR pros:

Stress and burnout are growing issues for retaining younger workers, according to a recent report by Mind Share Partners, Qualtrics and SAP.

Roughly 50% of millennials and 75% of Gen Z employees have left jobs due to mental health reasons, and 86% of the survey’s respondents say organizations’ cultures should support mental health.

Especially considering that “PR executive” made the list of CareerCast’s most stressful jobs of 2018, consider cutting the stress, packed schedule and long hours instead of wearing them as badges of honor. Your mental health and productivity might thank you.

How are you managing the demands of a busy PR pro? Share your thoughts on work/life balance with us under the hashtag #MorningScoop.

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The social media platform recently admitted that the email addresses and phone numbers users submitted for two-factor authentication and other security features have been used to help Twitter’s advertising partners target their posts. Twitter fixed the issue and promised that no user data was shared externally.

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