Employee burnout is becoming a serious issue in today’s workplace. In fact, the World Health Organization has classified employee burnout as an occupational phenomenon resulting from chronic workplace stress.
Many people think of burnout as an individual problem, easily fixable by learning to say no or better breathing, or yoga. However, it is much bigger than the individual. Burnout is typically caused by chronic poor workplace practices and policies. It takes digging into your workplace culture and fixing the root cause to prevent employee burnout.
Join Jason Richmond and Leo Bottary as they discuss how to recognize employee burnout and what to do about it.Listen to “Banish Burnout by Correcting Culture” on Spreaker.
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