Ariana Huffington, the founder of the Huffington Post and Thrive Global, writes that while burnout was generally recognized as a workplace issue, it took the Covid-19 pandemic to bring the topic to the C-suite.
“If your employees are stressed out, depressed, it doesn’t matter how many productivity enhancements you have to optimize workflows,” said Ms. Huffington. “They’re not going to be able to work at their best.”
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Featured Article: Arianna Huffington: What you need to know to prevent burnout
by Brit Morse, Inc.com
Ariana Huffington learned the hard way that ignoring your personal well-being comes with consequences. Two years into starting the Huffington Post, she collapsed from exhaustion, hit her head on her desk, and broke her cheekbone. The accident made her realize that burnout is a universal problem–one that she wanted to help solve. Read more.