Employee burnout isn’t new. But in 2021, it’s escalated to a whole new level with triggers and stresses from a number of different angles. Teams are creatively pivoting from work to family, office to home; choosing deadlines over wellness to manage their lifestyles. Plus, there are additional complications. Things like financial challenges, loneliness, fellowship, and doing more with less complicate the matter, making it hard for companies to manage everyone’s needs. According to many, burnout is the opposite of engagement. This is NOT what we want. So what can you do to manage and improve employee burnout?
Check out three ideas to help your employees thrive and achieve better balance here!