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Employee burnout is one of the biggest threats to worker wellbeing and employee engagement — and it’s on the rise. Here are six reasons why

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Joanna Kulbacka

August
29, 2022

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It’s only Monday and you just got a call from yet another person who had a series of complaints about the same employee. They’ve been irritable, sending delayed responses and the quality of their has been declining for months.

Before you consider whether it’s time for an improvement plan or resorting to something as drastic as termination, it’s worth taking a step back to determine whether your team member is actually burned out rather than unfit for the job.

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