6 Ways Companies Can Help Their Employees Overcome Burnout In A Distributed World - Deepstash
Burnout in the workplace

Burnout is more than a bad day or a busy week—it’s about ongoing, compounding factors that make your work environment so draining that no amount of positive thinking or good nights...

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6 Ways Companies Can Help Their Employees Overcome Burnout In A Distributed World

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Reasonable expectations are key to creating a sustainable remote-work culture that brings out the best in everyone, and that starts with clarity.

Leaders should draft policies that ...

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Employees aren’t machines—they’re real people who have lives, loved ones, and personal responsibilities. That’s why to beat burnout, distributed teams should be led by compassionate, human-...

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Just because you’re working remotely doesn’t mean your job is flexible. Rigid, overly-controlling policies, such as monitoring employees’ computer activity during office hours, mak...

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Make video meetings work for you. Rather than feeling tiring, redundant or draining, video should make communication faster, easier, and more fulfilling.

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While flexibility is great, it’s crucial that distributed teams don’t feel they’re expected to work all the time. Managers should set defined office hours and stick to them—tha...

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Boundaries are about more than just work hours. You may have less control over your distributed team’s work environment, but there are still ways to help them create a healthy sepa...

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