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LMI Article Addresses Prevention Strategies for Employee Burnout


LMI has published an article discussing employee burnout, especially among federal government workers, and how employers can limit burnout and support their staff’s wellbeing.

Two years into the global pandemic, many workers are tired, stressed, and feeling stretched too thin. Working from home has led many to work longer hours and take on increased responsibilities. LMI addresses steps that employers can take to reduce the toll on their employees, mitigating workplace fatigue. One strategy is building resilience into teams, fostering a culture not defined by perfection but where honesty and sharing of ideas is valued. Leaders should be clear about their expectations and priorities. Employers can also use tools and technology to support increased productivity, such as more advanced video conferencing and collaboration tools.

Learn more about how employers can reduce burnout among employees in the LMI news item.

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