It’s true: the year we’ve just lived through has been one of the most historically stressful in modern memory. While the events of 2020 may have forced us to grapple with mental health in the workplace in new ways, the crisis had already been building.
In 2019, the World Health Organization recognized workplace burnout as an occupational phenomenon, defining it as a syndrome “…resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” Mental health at work was called one of the most far-reaching workplace issues of 2019.
But what can employers do to improve this? Read the full article here.