Pocket Guide: Preventing Workplace Burnout & Recognising At-Risk Employees
Amidst a worldwide pandemic, another chronic health crisis has emerged - burnout. Defined by the World Health Organization as 'a syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed', burnout can affect employees across all job functions and has the potential to have significant impacts on their health and well-being. Beyond the impact to employees, burnout is notoriously associated with costly business outcomes including reduced productivity, increased absenteeism and poor retention.
While no employees are immune from burnout, business leaders can take steps to burnout-proof their culture and support at-risk employees.
Download this pocket guide to learn:
- How to recognise employees on the verge of burnout
- Steps to prevent workplace burnout
- How to build a 'burnout-proof'culture
- And more