Burnout

Young employees are eager to return to the office

Working from home has had a disproportionately negative impact on young employees in the UK, according to new research by Glassdoor.

More employers to offer 'burnout weeks'

The number of employers offering staff paid 'burnout weeks', intended to alleviate the stresses of the pandemic, is increasing and looks set to become a trend.

HR profession on the verge of talent exodus

HR directors and chief people officers from around the UK say the stress of the pandemic has made them want to work in much smaller businesses.

HR in post-COVID burnout

The events of the coronavirus pandemic have left HR teams feeling in a worse position than before it first hit.

Burnout a risk for employees in Summer

?Increased workloads while colleagues are on holiday and busy social schedules are leading to high stress levels over the Summer, according to Westfield Health

Half have spotted signs of stress among colleagues

As the World Health Organisation classifies 'burnout' as a chronic condition, research finds that stress is having a significant impact on UK workplaces

SME leaders facing burnout

SMEs are close to breaking point because of an 'always-on culture', research from Advanced has found

HR managers most likely to take time off because of stress

Employees feel under-valued and pressurised, with many using alcohol and drugs to ‘unwind’ at the end of the day