As a leader, the last thing you want is for a team member to feel burnt out. But finance and accounting burnout is a real thing and may be hard to spot if you don’t know where to look. The truth is, there’s no magic cure to prevent burnout from happening, but there are ways to effectively manage the symptoms and keep your employees feeling – and performing – their best.
Burnout Vs. Work Stress - Get the Playbook
The past two years have seen an increase in burnout (thanks to the pandemic). Many workers have been toiling around the clock to deliver exceptional products and services – add to that the challenges of remote work, social distancing and lack of childcare options, and you get a workforce ready to throw in the towel.
Everyone gets stressed, and the demands of work, home and the changing economic climate can be mentally and physically burdensome. However, burnout manifests when you’ve been worn down by stress again and again. In fact, a recent Korn Ferry survey showed that as much as 89 percent of U.S. professionals are suffering from burnout.
The most important aspect of burnout is that it’s manageable. Leaders can help their teams by staying mindful of key elements and taking preventative measures.
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The root causes of burnout
How to recognize burnout in your team
Why managing burnout is essential in retaining accounting talent
How to stop burnout in its tracks
Fight Burnout with Virtual Finance & Accounting Talent
At Personiv, we know that battling burnout is an ongoing challenge, especially in today’s unprecedented climate. It’s why we’ve touched on the topics we have in the previous pages of this playbook. We’ve been helping companies – of all sizes – find, hire and retain talent during these unusual circumstances, deploying the same tactics that we have been utilizing to build businesses for over three decades.