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Burnout! 4 main causes of employee stress, and what you can do about it

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You’ve put in the long hours to build a relationship with your team, and to better understand their strengths, weaknesses, motivators and goals for the future.

While these are all key components to a successful relationship with your staff, it’s for naught if you can’t proactively prevent employee burnout—a phenomenon that 77% of respondents to a recent study conducted by Deloitte said they have experienced at least once in their careers.

Here are some of the common contributors to employee burnout, and how you can work to prevent it, before your valued employees start scouring job boards for a new opportunity.

Ask about their stress level. An unmanageable workload is one contributor to employee burnout, but Deloitte’s study indicates that the real driver of burnout is less about long hours, and more about the stress and frustration that an employee feels on the job.

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