Across the globe, many people are working longer and harder than ever before. Despite an increased focus on topics like work/life balance and wellbeing, a cursory scroll through your LinkedIn or Instagram will usually highlight a recurring message: the harder you work, the more successful you’ll be.
As online life coaches and influencers extol the virtue of the 4am wake-up from the comfort of their glamorous penthouses, it’s an attractive proposition — but there’s a price to be paid for ignoring the stress of the daily grind: burnout. In this guide, we’ll explore strategies organisations can use to help battle burnout to ensure employees maintain a healthy relationship with their work.
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