Want to know how to avoid burnout in your workplace?
There’s no one answer, but, luckily, there are options to keep burnout levels to a minimum. Even though burnout isn’t an official mental health medical condition, it does have a massive impact on mental health.
Because of this, more companies are seeing the investment in mental health resources as worthwhile. In fact, companies that invest in workplace mental health get a 4x return on investment. This can increase productivity, improve retention, and support inclusion measures.
Sadly, 70% of workers don’t think employers are doing all they can to prevent and reduce burnout at work. But you have the power to change your own workplace environment and your employees’ minds if they’re feeling that way.
If your company has been scrambling to find the right tools and resources to empower employees since the pandemic burnout hit, then this post is for you.
Here’s how to avoid burnout before it comes into play in your workplace: