Did you know that about 70% of employees experienced burnout in 2022?
Yes, you could have heard about it; it was a big HR issue last year. Literally, the whole business world became interested in fighting this nightmare:
- employees were searching for burnout cures;
- employers were looking for burnout prevention;
- HR experts were investigating the causes.
Could anyone miss this topic?
Since I started my remote career at that time, I have become interested in risks related to my working environment. Burnout was at the top of the list.
I got two choices. I could ignore this issue, hoping it would never happen to me. Another option was to learn about it to recognize the early signs and take action when they arise. I followed the second path.
Thanks to this knowledge, I was aware of burnout symptoms, and luckily, I have never allowed my work fatigue to get out of hand. But this year, the revival I got in October helped me maintain this state. Thanks to my company, I went on the Burnout Prevention Trip: Workations.
Are you interested in workation benefits and how it combines with reducing burnout?
I’m going to share my experiences on it with you. So, HR professionals, employees, or employers – enjoy and get inspired!