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4 Ways to Prevent Employee Burnout

This year, the World Health organization classified burnout as a syndrome of “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” In the past, burnout was a term used for healthcare workers that worked too many hours in incredibly stressful conditions. Today, burnout can happen to any employee, working any type of job, in any industry. According to the 2020 Global Culture Report, 79% of employees are experiencing mild, moderate, or severe burnout. See here for what burnout can be attributed to and learn 4 ways to prevent it.

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