6 Ways to Avoid Employee Burnout and Foster Innovation

According to a recent Gallup poll, around 31% of U.S. employees were engaged in 2014. Why are employees less engaged? Some of the blame is due to burnout at work. This burnout, characterized by severe mental and physical exhaustion, is leading to a lack of interest, reduced employee engagement and less work being accomplished.

1. Think out of the box…

Managers should specially pay attention to the personal issues of the employees. If the working environment is up to the mark and helping, then the issue might be associated with the personal life.

2. Open communication is the key to success

It is the art of communication that would make the most intimidating tasks easy and achievable. Every manager wants his employee to be honest and straightforward and to achieve desired results.

3. Vigilant promotions and hiring

Burnout starts when a wrong person is hired or promoted. The managers and HR department should not only give priority to skill….s and expertise but the personality attributes should also be assessed in the best possible manner.

Here is not the end…..

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The New Form of Startup Scaling

For generation Y and Z, many believe that scaling is a 21st century problem. To receive VC funding or earlier stage investments, one always needs to be able to demonstrate the ability to ramp up sales quickly.

For generation Y and Z, many believe that scaling is a 21st century problem. To receive VC funding or earlier stage investments, one always needs to be able to demonstrate the ability to ramp up sales quickly.

Thousands of years ago, when the Christian church was just a small group of insurgents fighting for their spiritual goals, they formed some of the longest enduring corporations. In fact, according to the famous historian Bruce Brown, “[t]he oldest surviving corporation of any sort is the Benedictine Order of the Catholic Church, which was founded around 529 A.D.”

When it comes to profit-driven businesses, one of the oldest is probably StoraEnso. It was founded in 1288 in northern Sweden and back then was called Stora Kopperberg, named after the large copper mine the company dug its riches from (Brown 2015).

One of the oldest surviving companies in the world is StoraEnso founded in 1288.

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