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    Are you based in one of the UK’s ‘burnout hotspots’?

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    In 2019, the World Health Organisation (WHO) classed burnout as a diagnosable syndrome because of stress in the workplace. Burnout affects more people than previously thought, with research finding nearly a quarter of the workforce suffer on a regular basis. Dune London has provided some research and advice on the issue, highlighting first the symptoms of […]

    Revealed: The UK’s employee burnout hotspots

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    In 2019, the World Health Organisation (WHO) classed burnout as a diagnosable syndrome because of stress in the workplace. Burnout affects more people than previously thought, with research finding nearly a quarter of the workforce suffer on a regular basis. Symptoms of workplace burnout include: Feeling stressed Feeling cynical about working conditions and colleagues Emotionally distanced […]

    How working from home impacts your health – and what to do about it

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    The search term ‘working from home health’ has received a 6,700% uplift in searches within the last month alone, reflecting the nation’s concern that working from home for such an extensive period is impacting our health. Here, health practitioner Tammy Richards at the dispensary brand PureOptical presents the 5 major ways working from home impacts […]

    Eight things employers should know about burnout

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    By Debra Clark, Head of Specialist at Towergate Health & Protection Employees are at greater risk than ever of suffering burnout and employers should consider putting in place preventative and curative measures. For SME employers in particular, who are likely to have less capacity, it is important to look at tackling burnout in a sustainable […]

    Eight things SME employers should know about burnout

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    By Debra Clark, Head of Specialist at Towergate Health & Protection Employees are at greater risk than ever of suffering burnout and employers should consider putting in place preventative and curative measures. For SME employers in particular, who are likely to have less capacity, it is important to look at tackling burnout in a sustainable […]

    How to help staff beat WFH burnout

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    By Kayleigh Frost, Head of Clinical Support at Health Assured We have now reached the 12 months mark from the first official lockdown in England. And while some people have taken to remote working like a duck to water, this isn’t the case for all employees. Others will be found working from home for the […]

    Fifth of managers consider quitting as COVID burnout strikes

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    More than six in ten UK managers have experienced burnout at work because of the COVID-19 pandemic, with a fifth considering quitting their job as a result, according to new research from not-for-profit healthcare provider Benenden Health. Assessing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the nation’s workforce one year on, research has found that as […]

    Covid will intensify burnout unless employers intervene

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    Employees are at greater risk than ever of suffering burnout meaning preventative and curative measures must be put in place. “Employers must look at tackling burnout in a sustainable way, eradicating the factors and issues before they take hold,” says Debra Clark, head of specialist at Towergate Health & Protection. “The past year has been […]

    How to cope with burnout

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    By Dr Lynda Shaw, neuroscientist, business psychologist and change specialist During these unprecedented times, more and more people are feeling overwhelmed, with women in particular taking most of the brunt of working from home whilst simultaneously juggling the children who may or may not be at school. A recent survey in Canada found that younger […]

    New research shows worker burnout up 33%

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    Employee burnout is reaching new highs, with aggregated data from 1.75 million employee-engagement surveys carried out this year showing 5.41% of employees provided free-text comments that spoke to fatigue, being overwhelmed and other potential signals of burnout. By contrast, January’s reading was just 4.08%. The past two years have averaged 4.12% — a 33% rate rise. […]


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