Find out if your employees are experiencing burnout
Burnout is one of the leading causes of low performance and turnover. Hence, it’s crucial to recognize it and provide timely support to employees.
However, there’s still stigma around workforce mental health, and employees may be reluctant to discuss their condition with management. Explore the warning signs that can help you spot employee burnout before it causes serious damage.
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It’s normal for employees to have their own productivity cycles that go up and down. However, if you notice that there’s a flat line rather than a plain curve, it may be a sign of something more serious than just a temporary decline.
If employees complain about being tired and having problems with their physical health despite having their usual time off, it may be because their energy level is too low to be replenished with simple rest. This is how burnout can manifest itself.
Sometimes people argue about work-related issues due to their different experiences and opinions, but if each discussion ends up in a quarrel with excessive or underlying anger, it’s a flag to consider it a symptom of burnout.
It's not always rainbows and butterflies in business. However, if your employees are constantly expressing negative and pessimistic attitudes, it may be more than just risk management from their side.
Lack of motivation
If you notice that brilliant ideas and promising opportunities don’t light a fire in your employees’ eyes anymore, it may be because this fire is burnt out. This is literally the metaphor that gave this mental health issue its name.
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Calmerry offers workforce mental health support options to help employees prevent burnout, reduce stress, and increase their teams’ productivity. With our solution, your employees get access to:
- Text and video sessions
- Personalized Therapy
- Plans A self-care digital toolbox
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