July 4, 2017 | No Comments
One major mistake companies make is treating employee burnout as a completely personal problem, relating only to the employee, and not the company at all. Employee burnout not only effects their emotional and physical wellbeing, but will contribute to the company’s turnover rate, productivity, and possible loss of great talent because they did not deal with the problem effectively.
This article contributes excessive collaboration, weak time management, and overloading the most capable employees with too much work as factors to employee burnout. By paying attention to these three factors, a company can start to turn around the popular issue of employee burnout. Creating a healthy and balanced work environment is optimal to employee happiness and productivity.