Employee burnout is on the rise, and it’s taking away your top talent. The latest research from the Limeade Institute has found that workplace burnout happens when someone is engaged but has low well-being. This burnout can lead to exhaustion, cynicism and ultimately employee turnover.
The good news is, there are steps that employees, managers and organizations can take to prevent burnout, as well as steps they can take to help employees recover from burnout.
“Optimally what we all want to feel is to be energized by our job. We want to feel connected to our job. So ultimately we want people to be engaged.”
– Dr. Laura Hamill, Limeade Chief People Officer and Chief Science Officer
Learn more in our on-demand webinar on workplace burnout, and be sure to check out our e-book to learn more tips on detecting and battling employee burnout.
THIS WEBINAR COVERS:
The latest research on how to spot employee burnout within your organization
Why burnout often goes unrecognized (until it’s too late)
The steps to help prevent burnout
OUR FAVORITE TAKEAWAYS:
Burnout is high when sustained engagement intersects with low well-being — without you or the organization intervening
Most companies think of burnout as a personal issue, when it’s really an organizational one
Focus on supporting well-being and employee engagement to reduce burnout
Understand the importance of recovery in preventing and alleviating burnout
Want to learn more? Check out our e-book for tips on detecting and battling employee burnout.