Be part of Global Burnout Research
With so much change and uncertainty around us, feeling exhausted and stressed is the new normal. However, if these feelings are prolonged, it could lead some to develop burnout. Burnout is defined by the World Health Organization as a ‘syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed’.
Here at CSIA we want to better understand how to take steps to end workplace burnout. We need to measure how we’re doing, and identify what we can do to solve its root causes. We have partnered with Infinite Potential, a think tank conducting research on burnout and invite you to complete this anonymous survey (approx. 7 minutes).
Your answers will provide data-based insights from across our sector. The results can assist organisations to put in place strategies to prevent and/or address staff experiencing burnout symptoms and mental health issues.
Your privacy is our top priority. Your participation in the survey is anonymous and neither your employer nor anyone else (including the researchers) will be able to identify your responses.
All results will be reported in group formats. No data will be shared with anyone.
The survey will be closed on Friday 30th Sept 2022
If you’re feeling anxious, exhausted or struggling to cope, please don’t wait to seek help contact your manager or HR representative for help or you may have access to an Employee Assistance Program.
Thanks in advance for your support – your efforts are contributing to ensuring you are supported, resulting in a happier and healthier workplace.