WHAT IF YOU COULD STOP LOSING TOP TALENT FROM THE PIPELINE BECAUSE THEY WERE FEELING BURNED OUT?
WHAT IF YOUR LEADERS, MANAGERS, AND EMPLOYEES WERE MORE SELF-AWARE OF THE IMPACT STRESS AND BURNOUT ARE HAVING ON THEMSELVES AS WELL AS THEIR PEOPLE?
Deloitte’s Workplace Burnout Survey found that:
- Employee burnout has no boundaries: 91 percent of respondents say having an unmanageable amount of stress or frustration negatively impacts the quality of their work.
- Passion may not prevent workplace stress: 87 percent of professionals surveyed say they have passion for their current job but 64 percent say they are frequently stressed, dispelling the myth that passionate employees are immune to stress or burnout.
- Many companies may not be doing enough to minimize burnout: Nearly 70 percent of professionals feel their employers are not doing enough to prevent or alleviate burnout within their organization. 21 percent of respondents say their company does not offer any programs or initiatives to prevent or alleviate burnout.
- Companies should consider workplace culture, not just well-being programs: The top driver of burnout cited in the survey is lack of support or recognition from leadership, indicating the important role that leaders play in setting the tone.