Burnout is rife. It is also preventable. The State of Workplace Burnout report examines the trends in burnout and its relationship to workplace factors. A close examination is made to understand how burnout mitigation strategies can be utilised as part of the attraction, engagement, and retention strategy.
The past two 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.
The State of Workplace Burnout Report 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.
Use the information in this report to get a better understanding of the key causes of burnout and its effects on individuals and organizations
Share this report with your team and other leaders in your organization to start conversations about making burnout, mental
health and wellbeing at work a strategic imperative
Work within your own team and identify the key sources of chronic stress mentioned in this report. Experiment with different solutions. Share your successes with other and start building a movement to end Workplace Burnout