Employee burnout is a fire that’s raging out of control. While traditional burnout is detrimental to the overall health and well-being of all employees, now this already dire situation has been compounded by a global health pandemic. Burnout horizons has broadened as parents became at-home teachers, family members became medical care takers, workdays stretched well into the evenings and all of us battled isolation. The problem is clear: Chronic workplace stress is not being managed successfully.
Burnout is a vicious cycle that has serious and long-lasting impacts on your organization and business outcomes. All organizations are at risk of losing their best talent and most engaged employees. However, there are steps you can take to protect your valued employees and your organization.
Watch this panel discussion as workplace and employee experience experts come together discuss how the face of burnout has changed after 2020 and how burnout is not only preventable, but completely curable.
“Because of COVID, burnout is at the forefront AND there’s more openness to talk about it. We, as an organization, play a role and important part in improving employee well-being. And yet, there’s still a lot of work to do.“