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Burnout: Small Changes Lead to Big Results


The modern workplace is fast paced and demanding. Meeting work expectations, while facing stressors brought on by the pandemic and continuing social and political unrest, has exacerbated the effects of employee burnout. Employers see the impact across industries and recognize the urgency of making it a top priority.

While there isn’t a standard roadmap for addressing burnout in an organization, the APAF Center for Workplace Mental Health provides some simple steps employers can take to make a positive difference in the mental health and well-being of their workforce. Small changes often lead to big results.

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