Reducing stress and preventing burnout remains a top focus for HR leaders as they seek to attract and retain workers.
In this Workforce News Minute, Division VP of HR at ADP Tiffany Davis shares insights for leaders to help minimize stress and avoid burnout.
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When you think about, you know, everything that has happened within our organizations and some of the things that our employees have been tasked with, it has become a more stressful work environment for many different reasons.
Just a shout out, just a few examples. One example could be an employee who sits on a team that is experiencing turnover and some of the workload is moving to other associates until those roles are backfilled. That is creating more on their work plates every single day and causing stress, which ultimately can lead to burnout.
And so that is one of the things that we continue to tackle around how do we provide programs and even information around education to identify what stress looks like?
What are some strategies that you can employ not only for the employees, but also for leaders, to really help the employees who may be going through stress that ultimately could lead to burnout, which is something, of course, we would not want to occur.