Building on the work from the past 2 years, this year's study will continue to expand the longitudinal understanding of burnout in organisations. This study will also examine how burnout mitigation strategies can be utilised by organisations as part of the attraction, engagement, and retention strategy.
The past 2 years has brought on the most rapid and significant levels of change in the workplace in many decades. This volatility and uncertainty has resulted in a massive movement of employees, giving rise to the prevalence of the term ‘the great resignation’. Research shows that unmanageable workload and burnout are top reasons people are giving for leaving an employer during these the last 24 months.
In its third year, the 2022 Global Burnout Study is looking to expand our understanding of the continuing impact of burnout and help organisations create specific insights and guidelines to help organisations tackle structural and cultural causes that leads to burnout.
This year, our focus is on establishing how burnout alleviation strategies can be incorporated as a part of the employee value proposition and an attraction, engagement and retention strategy for organisations.
As organizations speculate on how to help their people not only survive but thrive during this period and beyond, the insights from this study will help leaders develop strategies to protect their most important asset – their people.
This study is headed by Dr. John Chan in association with Infinite Potential and experts Sally Clarke and Andrew Freedman. The Infinite Potential Burnout Scale (IPBS) will be used to measure burnout. The IPBS is a work specific measure developed based on existing research on burnout from the last 50 years and validated to ensure proper psychometric properties.
This survey will take approximately 7 -10 minutes to complete.
Privacy is our top priority. The data collected will be anonymous and will be used for research purposes only. Participation is anonymous. As such, it will not be possible to identify an individual and it will not be possible to delete any participant’s data after the survey has been submitted. Data will be not be shared and results will be only be presented in group formats.
Possible benefits and risks
While there are no direct benefits to the participant, their responses will help better researchers better understand the prevalence of burnout and its relationship to burnout. The results of this study will be shared publicly and with organizations to help the global community create more targeted solutions to address the prevalence of burnout.
The 2022 Global Burnout Study will be open August 15th - September 30th, 2022.
A report of insights and results from the 2022 Global Burnout study will be made public in Nov/December, 2022
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