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Battling employee burnout
Organizational strategies for beating work burnout
Employee burnout is not a new topic, but it has certainly risen to new heights with the life-altering changes organizations and employees have endured over the past two years. Workloads are ballooning due to resignations and turnover, understaffing is widespread, and stress is mounting with the shifts to hybrid work models and new ways of working.
Workshop: Integrating employee well-being into daily work life
This interactive program provides organizations with insight into the causes and impacts of employee burnout, and equips teams to improve connection, productivity, and effectiveness. Learn more
Addressing employee burnout matters more than ever
The risks of work burnout are painfully acute. By not addressing occupational burnout, organizations jeopardize their employee engagement, retention, and overall productivity.
Employee burnout isn’t letting up
For over two years, 50% or more of the U.S. workforce has reported feeling burnt out.
Source: Eagle Hill Consulting
The Great Resignation isn’t over
One-third of employees signal they are likely to leave their organization in the next 12 months.
Source: Eagle Hill Consulting
$500 billion price tag
Workplace stress is estimated to cost the U.S. economy more than $500 billion dollars each year.
How do we address employee burnout?
We help clients shape and implement strategies for fighting employee burnout, boosting employee productivity, and driving organizational performance. Our solutions include:
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