Burnout poses a significant challenge for companies, leading to various issues such as extended absences, decreased productivity, and the loss of valuable employees. Consequently, it becomes imperative to analyze the risk of burnout to proactively prevent detrimental outcomes.
When should burn-out prevention be measured for employees?
During the recruitment process, to align tasks and responsibilities with the employee’s skills and abilities effectively
Regularly throughout the period of employment, to assess the level of stress and workload
During significant organizational changes, to evaluate the impact on employees’ well-being.
What are the benefits?
For the employer
Reducing absenteeism and the associated costs
Increasing productivity levels
Enhancing employee engagement and retention
Improving the company’s reputation for promoting well-being in the workplace