Tips for reducing employee overtime and burnout this holiday season—and beyond

Get serious about mental health, offer rewards, and make overtime the exception, not the rule.

By Chad Halvorson      

With the pandemic still raging, many employees have been out sick for extended periods of time, adding stress to those who can and do show up for work. The result? The risk of employee burnout is greater than ever, and hourly and shift employees face the highest rates of burnout across industries.

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