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How Employee Burnout is Affecting Large Organizations

U.S. employees at larger companies are more likely to say they feel stuck or burnt out from their jobs than other workers, according to LinkedIn’s latest Workforce Confidence survey. Nearly half of employees at companies with over 1,000 workers report feeling burnt out, while workers at smaller companies are the least likely to feel this way.

Burnout can be detrimental to workers’ well-being and to organizations’ missions if stress is allowed to pile up with no way to alleviate it. At Otterbrook, we understand the importance of aligning candidates’ values and cultures with those of the organizations they join. This alignment not only helps to reduce burnout but also enhances job satisfaction and overall performance.

By carefully matching our candidates to the right organizations, we ensure that both employees and employers thrive. Our personalized approach helps create environments where employees feel valued and engaged, leading to a healthier, more productive workforce.

If you’re looking to reduce burnout and increase satisfaction within your team, connect with us to learn more about how we can help you find the perfect match for your organizational culture and values.

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