At the beginning of lockdowns, companies and executives took the lead in protecting employees, retaining customers and securing their organisation’s future. Employees feel the consequences are directly affecting their wellbeing and performance. That is when they tend to experience burnout symptoms
Although burnout has been at the top of the list for most HR leaders in recent years, the recent lockdowns have certainly taken things to the next level. Full-time remote work has presented a unique set of challenges including lack of social connection, anxiety, family responsibilities and employees feeling the need to be ‘connected’ 24/7.
Download our e-book and discover helpful measures to overcome employee burnout, a syndrome 76% of employees claim to have experienced at work.
In this E-Book, you will learn:
What is burnout and how to identify the signs
Knowing the difference between burnout and stress
How burnout affects your company
Tips for coping with burnout in the workplace