Workplace burnout is on the rise as employees deal with psychological aspects of work, overwhelming stress, and a prolonged lack of bandwidth to successfully handle both job requirements and life demands. A recent Gallup study found that nearly two-thirds of employees are feeling burnt out on the job.
How can companies help employees avoid burnout and support their mental and physical health? Expanding benefit packages to include perks and incentives such as employer-sponsored travel benefits that allow them to take time off to recharge and enjoy their lives outside of work.
In a recent Allwork.Space interview, arrivia Chief People & Diversity Officer Jennifer Strauel shares her view on the correlation between employee pay and burnout and discusses the best solutions to overcome employee burnout, including travel benefits.