Top 5 Reasons your HR Team is Burning Out
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), burnout emerges from “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” While the issue of HR employee burnout has been prevalent for a long time, it was the rise of the pandemic that brought it to the limelight.
A lengthy list of factors come together to trigger burnout in HR departments. With remote work culture now becoming a permanent trend – maintaining compliance with employment laws within a workforce scattered across the globe tops this list. In addition, factors such as – the repercussions of the Great Resignation, the increasing need to compete for the best talent, the ripple effects of COVID-19, and the lack of correct support these professionals need – have brought an extraordinary amount of pressure on HR employees.
But how exactly do these factors drive HR professionals to burnout? What can companies do to avoid it? Read on to understand.
In our latest whitepaper, we will be covering and go in depth:
- After-effects of the “Great Resignation”
- The Remote Work Conundrum
- Overwhelming Pressure to Attract Talent
- Lack of Support
- Compliance Issues Due to Remote Work
- How Companies Can Support their HR Team
- Using the Right Tools Makes All the Difference
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