Employee burnout is a company issue - not a personal one

Employee burnout is a company issue - not a personal one

The cost of employee burnout on a firm can be detrimental to both an individual and organisation. It can foster a culture of low productivity, high turnover, and the loss of exceptional talent.

Burnout is often seen as an issue related to the employee or talent management. Recent research by the University of Bath and King’s College London found that industrious employees are more likely to suffer from burnout.

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