In a recent Gartner report, 51% of HR leaders said they’re receiving more requests for support post pandemic, and 45% said it’s more difficult to handle demands, suggesting that HR are experiencing an unprecedented level of burnout. While HR looks after everyone else, who is looking after them?
In 2022, Forbes reported that a staggering 98% of HR practitioners were experiencing burnout. The pressures that HR faced over the pandemic can’t be forgotten, moving employees online and remote, and dealing with hiked resignations and mental health cases was an unparalleled task. While HR was also tasked with firing those employees who were losing their jobs or being put on furlough.