Ever since the coronavirus pandemic hit earlier this year, combatting employee burnout has been a top priority for HR leaders and employers alike.
With statistics from LinkedIn’s Glint revealing that burnout doubled from March (2.7%) to April (5.4%) – and with more recent research indicating that furlough and layoffs are ‘bruising’ wellbeing – addressing burnout before it threatens workplace productivity and engagement is key.
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