Amid the coronavirus pandemic, workers most likely experienced burnout at some point, according to research.
Monster, a career platform, found in a July survey that the majority (69%) of remote employees said they have burnout symptoms, CNBC reported. It can also be difficult to ensure employees balance work to avoid burnout, Steve Beauchamp, CEO of Paylocity, an HR and payroll services provider, told HR Dive in a previous interview. “The biggest challenge is making sure people are taking time off,” Beauchamp said. Paylocity implemented methods to support employees in a virtual environment such as online yoga classes, a free mental health mobile app and virtual groups so employees could connect.