man at desk looking stressed “Leaders must address burnout and integrate well-being into the design of work so workers feel and perform at their best,” says Jonathan Pearce.  (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employee burnout is one of those issues thrust into the spotlight during the pandemic. And it’s also one of those issues that isn’t going to magically go away as the pandemic wanes down. Employers have responded by increasing investment in mental health and wellness resources, but how closely are they looking at how their company culture contributes to stress?

Related: Employer support will be key to curbing rising levels of stress, burnout

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Emily Payne

Emily Payne is the current deputy editor for ALM's Business & Finance Markets and former managing editor for BenefitsPRO. A Wisconsin native, she has spent the past decade writing and editing for various athletic and fitness publications. She holds an English degree and Business certificate from the University of Wisconsin.

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