78% Indian employees feel burn out at workplace: Report

78% Indian employees feel burn out at workplace

According to a new global study by the UKG Workforce Institute,Globally, managers  report the highest levels of burnout at work, underlining the critical need for more organisational support to be the most effective in their roles. In India this figure  is around 78%.

The report reveals that 91% of employees agree that their managers give them actionable feedback to help improve their performance and create clear performance goals with them,88% of employees state that their manager values diverse perspectives and 86% of employees feel empowered by their managers to do their job.

Managers  also have a major impact on employees’ productivity and engagement, as well as other factors that create a great place to work such as building trust, fostering open communication, and caring for employees as individuals.

In India, about three in four employees (72%) say their manager’s support, encouragement, and/or leadership directly motivate them to go above and beyond in the workplace, and two-fifths of employees (40%) say having a good manager — one who’s accessible but doesn’t micro-manage — makes them feel the most productive at work.

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The study also revealed that 78% of employees in India experience  of job burnout, leading to physical and emotional exhaustion.

64% of employees from India would readily accept a workload reduction for a commensurate pay cut.

89 % of employees in India claim to be highly motivated by challenges and extra responsibility at work and 84% of employees believe that their manager cares and has empathy for them.

With the changing attitude of employees towards the nature of work, it is no longer seen solely as a means of survival, but rather as a source of meaning and fulfillment.

As the study revealed, 76% of employees from India believe that their work is more than just a ‘job’ to them and has a special meaning, and 72% of employees genuinely think that they make a difference in their organisation.

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