‘Exhausted and overstretched’ | Staff burnout levels set to impact NHS

Staff burnout levels set to impact NHS

Back in May 2019, the World Health Organisation (WHO) confirmed that it would recognise the growing issue of corporate burnout as a medical condition.

Since this development, burnout has become more and more recognised among workforces, with employers working to tackle the issue that employees may be facing, particularly throughout the global pandemic where stress levels have rocketed.

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