Burnout can make once highly engaged employees experience exhaustion, cynicism and inefficiency. (Photo: Shutterstock)

There are two sides to every coin. For employers who are able to motivate and engage employees at a very high level, there is also the possibility of burnout. According to a new report from Limeade, "Can You Spot Burnout?" by Dr. Laura Hamill, "top performing, highly engaged employees are at the highest risk for burnout. And these are the employees that employers can't afford to lose."

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