It’s the age of a new business blueprint. Corporations are racing to construct hybrid work arrangements faster than a Facebook redesign. Even though remote workers are scrambling to strategize from Cottage HQ, employee burnout is continuing to rise.
Now, more than ever, securing meaning and balance is essential at work. But identifying and preventing burnout is becoming mission critical: Team members might work overtime on investor plans for Meetings, Inc. while planning a trip on the HMS Great Resignation.
Identifying burnout involves more than clocking project overtime. And with lessened visibility when managing relationships in remote work environments, colleagues won’t necessarily raise their hands once they’ve hit the limit.
Read the entire article on The Financial Post featuring Christine & Dave from Impact Leadership Group, here.