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Remote work has been a growing trend for decades. It all started in the 90s with telecommuting. Since then, companies around the world have been experimenting and learning how to best support a remote workforce.
In 2020, COVID threw a truckload of fuel on the remote work fire, leading to an unprecedented spike in remote workers.
While some companies have opted to return to the office or adopted a hybrid approach, many have seen the huge benefits of remote working and are sticking with it for the foreseeable future. They’ve recognized how much employees appreciate the flexibility of remote work, and they’re doing their best to enable their team members.
While this is wonderful news, rates of burnout seem to have gone up significantly as well.
Burnout happens everywhere, but it can be particularly difficult for remote workers to deal with. But how big of an issue is burnout among remote employees?
These recent employee burnout statistics will help you understand the full picture so you can best support your remote employees.
Signs of burnout are often harder to identify in remote employees. That’s why Kona exists—it’s a simple app that lives in Slack and uncovers early signs of burnout via daily check-ins.
Consciously focusing on identifying and reducing burnout through creating psychological safety at work is key. When they feel supported, employees will come to you early on, giving you time to react to the situation and support them. Explicitly asking team members how they’re doing daily is a quick and easy way to foster trust and mutual support across the board.
Try Kona out for free today and make burnout a thing of the past.