According to a recent study by Gallup, 28% of employees surveyed said they were burned out “very often” or “always” at work. This same study found that employees who frequently experience burnout are 2.6x more likely to be actively seeking a different job.
The role of the manager is critical in assessing and addressing employee burnout. How can you keep a pulse on burnout risk for your team and effectively address concerns?
Download this guide to get an overview of:
- Guiding principles for managers
- The 6 key types of burnout (hint: it’s not all about hours worked)
- Signs to watch out for to help you proactively engage with employees
- Actions to take to acknowledge and address burnout
Source: Employee Burnout: The Biggest Myth, Gallup