3 Ways to Ease Employee Burnout
This resource is published by Workhuman
For the first time in 2019, the World Health Organization included “burnout syndrome” in its International Classification of Diseases.
While employee burnout was a significant problem for both employers and employee long before COVID-19 hit, since the pandemic began, work-related stress levels have gone up a notch. Indeed, Workhuman® research of 3,500+ employees, conducted in July 2021, found that 41% of the workforce had experienced burnout in the preceding months of the pandemic, with ramifications for their health, well-being and productivity.
Here are three ways HR leaders can help relieve the pressure, and create a truly human workplace where employees can be happy, healthy and productive.