There has been a waterfall of research, press, education, and information about the state of people’s mental health in the current climate. Celebrities, politicians, and corporate leaders are all communicating about the urgency and necessity of focusing on how people are doing and supporting employees at all levels. There is also consistent news about burnout, anxiety, stress, overwork, and overwhelm.
It’s something that people are calling “The Great Resignation”: a Microsoft survey of more than 30,000 global workers showed that 41% of workers were considering quitting or changing professions this year. If you are an executive, manager, or supervisor, it is imperative that you prioritize your mental health and happiness while working, but also confirm that your team is doing well.
Here are four strategies to help you keep a true pulse on how each person is to prevent unwanted turnover: