Are you unintentionally burning out your employees — then wondering why they aren’t engaged, aren’t performing, and aren’t sticking around?
If you’re experiencing some of these challenges, it’s time to take a deep look into your organizational practices and policies. In May 2019 the World Health Organization (WHO) classified burnout as an ‘occupational phenomenon’. The source of burnout is ‘chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed’.
In other words, there is something going on in your work environment that is causing and maintaining burnout.
In my recent article published in HR Magazine, I share my Top 10 list of workplace factors that contribute to burnout — plus provide some questions to help you determine which of them are present in your workplace.
CLICK HERE to read my full article in HR Magazine.
Dr. Geri Puleo, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
President/CEO, Change Management Solutions, Inc.
Copyright 2019 G. A. Puleo