Bite-sized info on burnout and workplace wellbeing

No workplace is immune: The spotlight on burnout has intensified over the pandemic, with workers around the globe feeling the pressure. And that’s put workplaces under pressure to better support their employees. Research from the Auckland University of Technology shows 35 percent of respondents had severe burnout but only 4 percent put themselves in that category. Burnt-out workers are five times more likely to be considering to resign.

Get your quick bite-sized insights on burnout prevention

At ROW, we have curated some of our favourite, practical resources on burnout. These include a sample wellbeing questionnaire, and articles on wellbeing strategy development and burnout prevention. Download the pack now!


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