Health & wellbeing | Top tips to prevent burnout

Top tips to prevent burnout

In May last year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) officially added burnout to its International Classification of Diseases (ICD), for those workers who felt exhausted and mentally drained due to their pressing workloads.

With this in mind, Top Employers Institute has shared its HR Trends Report 2020, which highlights the importance of focussing on mental wellbeing in the workplace.

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