Burnout is a growing epidemic in our workplaces, and it’s affecting not just employee well-being, but the corporate bottom line. Forty-four percent of full-time workers in the U.S. say they feel burned out at work at least sometimes — if not very often or always — according to a recent Gallup report. This contributes to an estimated annual loss of nearly $2,000 per employee from lack of sleep alone, as one study in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine determined.
As burnout continues to pervade our workplaces, managers must act to ensure their teams are protected from its harmful effects. Managing a burned out team can be challenging even for the most experienced leaders, but if you find yourself in this position, there’s more within your power than you might realize. Here’s how you can help look after your colleagues’ productivity and well-being.Read the full article @ Thrive Global