Burnout

Could Greece's six-day week boost productivity?

Greece has introduced a six-day work week, aimed at improving the country’s productivity. The legislation that allows this is due to come into effect from Monday, 8 July.

HR ready to jump ship amid C-suite disputes

Over half (57%) of HR professionals are planning to look for a new job this year, a survey by financial adviser Octopus Money found. 

HR tops list of stress-smoker professions

HR professionals are the most likely of all working smokers to smoke because they are stressed, rather than addiction or any other reason, according to new research.

How can HR avoid burn out?

The job of HR is becoming more stressful than ever.

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HR professionals don't get enough training and support, survey finds

Employers have not offered HR professionals enough training and support to tackle increased demands to their role, a survey by recruitment company Michael Page found.

How ‘energy assessments’ can help build a happier, more resilient workforce

With employee stress and burnout on the rise, energy management is moving up the agenda in many HR departments. At JTI UK, we used ‘energy assessments’ to break down barriers and create a more...

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Could mobile minimalism solve digital burnout?

If burnout – characterised by the World Health Organisation as exhaustion, job negativity or cynicism, and reduced professional efficacy – is acknowledged as an occupational phenomenon, a rapidly...

How to address silent burnout among frontline workers 

The new year sees many people take on new habits or ways of life. They want to get fit, or take a round-the-world trip, or maybe they want to go for a promotion at work or get a new job. In some...

Half of HR professionals on verge of quitting due to burnout

Half (50%) of HR professionals are on the verge of quitting due to burnout, according to research from the HR platform, MHR.

Burnout affects a fifth of UK employees as long-term sick hits record high

Research from Mental Health UK found that 20% of workers needed to take time off work due to stress in the past year as long-term sickness absence reaches a record high.

Impression management: the silent culprit in our mental health crisis

Data speaks volumes, and it all points to the significant mental health crisis that looms over our workplaces and society at large.

Homeowners turning to side hustles for mortgage repayments

Nearly a third (30%) of UK homeowners are picking up extra work to boost their savings ahead of their mortgage repayments increasing, according to new research.