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Watch for employee burnout

The recovery is making great strides, but it will be critical for organizations to pay attention to employee burnout.

The recession forced many organizations to do more with less and adding capacity is stilled feared. The high cost of employee burnout and turnover can ruin a business.

I do believe that organizations are responsible for burnout and turnover. A blog by Ann Bares shares some insight into this line of thinking.

Leaders wake up and pay attention.

One of the most important bottom line issues you can impact is employee burnout and turnover. It is your responsibility to create an organization that keeps burnout and turnover at a minimum.

Walk the talk, keep your ego low and your awareness high, and encourage growth that leads to planned turnover.

This type of turnover feeds organizations instead of tearing them down.

- Victor Aspengren

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