2017-05-31

"Employee Burnout Is a Problem with the Company, Not the Person"

Según este interesante artículo titulado Employee Burnout Is a Problem with the Company, Not the Person hay tres causas principales a la hora de entender los altos índices de rotación por burnout en las empresas.

La primera es la colaboración excesiva:
"Excessive collaboration is a common ailment in organizations with too many decision makers and too many decision-making nodes. It manifests itself in endless rounds of meetings and conference calls to ensure that every stakeholder is heard and aligned."
La segunda son los débiles conocimientos en gestión del tiempo:
"In most large organizations today, the demand for collaboration has significantly outpaced the development of tools, disciplines and organizational norms to manage it. Most often, employees are left on their own to figure out how to manage their time in ways that will reduce stress and burnout. They have limited ability to fight a corporate culture in which overwork is the norm and even celebrated. And few employees have the power—or temerity—to call off unnecessary meetings."
Y la tercera es la sobrecarga de los más capaces:
"Employee workloads have increased in many organizations in which hiring has not matched growth; companies overestimate how much can be accomplished with digital productivity tools and rarely check to see if their assumptions are correct. The overload problem is compounded for companies because the best people are the ones whose knowledge is most in demand and who are often the biggest victims of collaboration overload."
En resumen, como el título del artículo lo indica, y más allá de que el primer afectado es el empleado, el problema es de la compañía. Los resultados que obtenga estarán fuertemente marcados por lo bien que proteja los bienes más preciados del futuro.

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