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Leadership Fatigue and How to Avoid Burnout

With average hours worked per week continuing to climb, burnout remains a substantial concern for employers. UKG offers tips to change course.

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A full 72% of executives report burnout in 2023, with an average of 51 hours worked weekly — and the impacts of burnout can be felt at every level of an organization, not to mention employees’ personal lives. Taking active steps to mitigate burnout now can have a profound impact on retaining top talent now and in the future.

Join Jayson Saba, Vice President of Portfolio Marketing at UKG, for an actionable presentation on how employers can change course to help employees avoid burnout with the latest in workforce research.

Learning objectives:

  • Discuss the symptoms of burnout, how to identify them, and some tips for dealing with it. ​
  • Share research-based best practices for HR leaders to address burnout on their journey
  • Explain the importance of supporting leaders in an organization to prevent burnout and/or deal with it ​

Enjoy this webinar replay from the June 2023 HR & Payroll eSymposium. Note: This webinar replay is not pre-approved for recertification credits; please self-submit where applicable to request credit approval.