The American Psychiatric Association found that 61 percent of employees say they suffer from workplace stress, and it estimates the associated health care costs at $190 billion annually.
Add related costs like turnover and low productivity, and the World Economic Forum estimates burnout’s global price tag at $322 billion.
This resource will help you:
Identify the three stages of burnout via behavioral insights
Understand how to reverse the damaging effects of burnout
Challenge the notion that burnout is status quo
Learn how trucking companies are employing new communication tools to identify and alleviate burnout, and ultimately retain more drivers.
WorkHound tackles costly turnover by raising the voice of frontline workers and resolving worker concerns in industries where workers are dispersed and get little time with managers, like trucking, warehousing, and healthcare. WorkHound improves communication, trust, and boosts productivity, ultimately leading to higher retention, greater satisfaction, and a growing bottom line.