Did you know that burnout was officially recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as recently as 2019? Even though the term first emerged in the 1970s, it’s taken nearly 50 years to acknowledge that, yes, employees can be worked to very brink of their physical and mental health.
Burnout also costs organizations time and money. According to Janice Litvin, a corporate burnout prevention expert and recent Leading With Nice Interview Series podcast guest, it can cost as much as 150% to 200% of an employee’s salary for a company to replace a burned-out staff member.
In this week’s video, we discuss three ways that your company can prevent burnout while maximizing the productivity of your team.