Are you feeling burned out at work? Listen to our free live webinar to find out how to help yourself, or your employees, improve their wellbeing in the office.
It is astonishing to think that as many as three quarters of professionals aged 25-34 already feel worn out by the type of work and the environment in which they work in. And as many as 57 per cent of all age groups at work feel that way.
The threat of burnout is real and immediate. It is not reserved for middle age or later life. In fact, last year in the UK, younger workers took more days off work due to stress than older workers (roughly 65 per cent of 16-24 young workers compared to only 24 per cent of older workers).
In April 2017, Talking Talent conducted the study ‘working on burnout’ which looks to challenge all types of professional organisations to prioritise the importance of the wellbeing issues experienced by their employees in the workplace and at home. The research highlights the very real impact on individual and organisational performance when the subjective wellbeing of an employee is poor, and the risk of burnout is high.
In this webinar we’ll be sharing the findings and insightful commentary on what triggers burnout with professionals in UK businesses, identifying trends across family set-ups, industries and seniority of position, as well as offering key insights for employers on preventative approaches to burnout.
You’ll hear from Rob Bravo, Director of Wellbeing at Talking Talent on successful strategies to support employee’s holistic wellbeing, as well as leading employer panellists and an industry expert sharing their experiences and perspectives.
Bravo will be joined by Sally Evans, a diversity, inclusion and employee wellbeing consultant at PwC.
The webinar will be hosted at today at 11am. You can sign up to listen for free here where you will also be able to take part in live polls and hear discussions on the results and send in live questions for the panel.