The effects of a long pandemic can already be seen in the workplace, with an alarming 76% of American workers experiencing some form of burnout.
Companies should take note, because burnout affects your bottom line. Harvard Business Review estimates that the annual healthcare spending due to workplace burnout is anywhere from $125 billion to $190 billion.
Often, HR leaders are in a position to address burnout, and they can do so with a few key changes to benefit offerings, office policies, and culture.
In this guide, we cover: