Caused by unresolved work stress, whose main features are emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and decreased work performance, it is the mental state that negatively affects the work and life of an employee.
WHO have already officially recognized the “burnout syndrome” as a disease. And according to a Kronos study and Future Workplace, Burnout is responsible for between 20% and 50% of the job turnover rate each year.
Although there are many ways in which it can be avoided, this syndrome is increasingly common, increasing between 24% and 44% throughout 2020 depending on the country.

Gil-Monte, P. R., & Moreno-Jiménez, B. (2005). The syndrome of burnout by work (burnout). An occupational disease in the welfare society. Madrid: Pyramid, 36-37.

We also talk about it in our blog:
Tips to avoid Burnout
Tips to avoid Burnout

One of the main factors influencing employee motivation is their relationship with their bosses. We give you some advice so that everything flows, flooding your organization with positive energy that gets rid of Burnout syndrome once and for all.