Employees are navigating a more complex work world than ever before.
The rapid skill development needed to keep up with how people collaborate and function at work is affecting your people and their ability to perform at their best. The latest research from meQuilibrium resilience experts finds that even if employees can be flexible in the face of change and uncertainty (agile), and if they’re not able to bounce back after a setback (resilient), then they’re at high risk of burnout.
The drain on their mind and body is leading to a spike in burnout, which was officially defined as a workplace syndrome by the World Health Organization earlier this year. In tallying the cost of burnout indicators such as absence, stalled productivity, and turnover, companies may rush to the next on a long list of recruitment and retention tools to “fix” the issue, but many are missing the root cause.
Learn how you can break the cycle of burnout by measuring and maximizing the resilience of your employees. Hear from Dr. Lucy English, Ph.D., VP of Research and Science at meQuilibrium, on the science behind resilience and how it creates people ready to take on any change or challenge thrown their way.
In this webcast you’ll learn:
How burnout and the early signals impact your workforce
Ways you can start building resilient employees today
How the science of resilience builds lasting results for employees and employers alike
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