Workplace burnout is the physical and emotional exhaustion felt by employees. It affects job performance and overall health. As these stressful and unprecedented times continue, workplace burnout is more common – and more apparent.
Employees who feel unsupported or not being utilized to their full potential may lose focus and initiative. This can decrease both productivity and work quality.
Employees and employers can take action to maximize satisfaction while decreasing symptoms of burnout inside and outside of the office. DLC offers tips for how to identify and address workplace burnout at the earliest indication of symptoms for the most effective outcomes.
– Scott Burgess, David Lawrence Centers for Behavioral Health