From small companies to large corporations, many organizations have been impacted by The Great Resignation. Employers are looking for effective employee retention methods to lower turnover and retain a loyal, skilled workforce.
Many employees respond to burnout by starting a clean slate in a new occupation, and sometimes in a completely different role. Shifting to a new employer, however, doesn’t have to be the only way to hit the “refresh” button.
The current economic downturn and recent mass shootings, compounded by the multi-year global COVID-19 pandemic, have left people feeling more stressed, anxious and afraid, leading to higher cases of employee burnout and fatigue.
Employee burnout has been an increasing challenge in today's world of work. In this article, learn a new, powerful technique to combatting employee burnout while fostering greater engagement: project work.
Nearly one-third of employees who quit in 2021 cited burnout as one of the main reasons for them quitting their job as a part of The Great Resignation. Learn how to use The Great Resignation to implement long lasting change in your organization.
The organizations that thrive in 2022 will be those that make a concerted effort to break the burnout epidemic and build a long-term sustainable talent management plan.