Keys to avoiding burnout in remote work
for sustained productivity and engagement
Going remote has its price. While many companies report initial increases in productivity, the parallel increase in employees reporting they feel burned-out means this is not sustainable. We’re working longer hours, taking fewer breaks, and having more meetings in an attempt to catch-up and align.
This infographic covers the key causes of burnout in remote frontline employees and managers based on recent research conducted during the pandemic. It then offers the 5 areas you should focus on to avoid the risk and ensure sustained productivity in remote work.