Workplace wellbeing plan can prevent burnout

Employers need to do more to promote a healthy work setting

17th November, 2019
Davina Ramkissoon, wellbeing director at Zevo Heatlh

Employee burnout is on the rise. Classified by the World Health Organisation earlier this year as an “occupational phenomenon”, the condition generally manifests itself as mental exhaustion and disengagement.

Zevo Health, my employee wellness company, recently asked 800 people working across a range of industries in Ireland for their opinions on work-life balance, working hours, wellness benefits, flexibility and preferred employer attributes.

We found that close to two thirds (63 per cent) thought about...

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