Our research shows that the absence of burnout symptoms alone is not a good indication of good holistic employee health. If employers want to improve holistic health and reduce burnout, they need interventions at the individual, job, team, and organization levels. These interventions include reducing toxic workplace behavior, enabling job autonomy and customization, and increasing inclusivity and equity.
We provide data, insights, and tools that enable employers to be a positive force in improving employee health and well-being. The goal is to drive change at scale and reflect what helps employees, business, and broader communities.
Engaging with this initiative offers several benefits to leaders and their organizations: