Work can be demanding.
This is especially for employees who work in stressful environments such as home care, nursing homes, hospitals and other medical settings.
Both onsite and remote employees can become disengaged to the employer, coworkers, and clients.
The long shifts, coupled with work that is physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding, can take its toll on workers.
The demands of work and personal responsibilities can be so overwhelming that one employee's challenges can negatively impact everyone around them.
The pandemic has increased stress, feelings of anxiety, feelings of isolation, and burnout for many employees.
Chronic exhaustion leads to burnout.
We support HR leaders by offering services to enable employees to be engaged and prevent burnout.
We offer 2 solutions to help you recharge your staff.
Employees develop their knowledge and skills while sharing experiences in virtual or onsite workshops.
Employees create their own "Customized Burnout Prevention Action Plan."
The one-on-one consultation allows further exploration of an employee's "Customized Burnout Prevention Action Plan."
It is an opportunity to discuss challenges and possible solutions.
Dr. Sabrina Nichelle Scott, MBA, Business Anthropologist