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[E-Guide] Preventing Employee Burnout In Senior Care

December 13, 2019 | Tommy Marzella

Employee Burnout In Senior CareEarlier this year, the World Health Organization declared employee burnout an occupational phenomenon, which doesn't bode well for senior care, an industry that's already struggling to attract and retain workers. Burned out employees are 63% more likely to take a sick day and are 2.6X as likely to be actively seeking a different job. Plus, employee burnout can impact their mental health, job satisfaction and the quality of resident care they provide.

We've developed a quick, two-page guide to help senior care providers understand the detrimental effects of employee burnout, how to spot the signs and, most importantly, how to prevent it.

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Tommy Marzella is a Portfolio Marketing Manager for OnShift.

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