Prevent employee burnout with nilo.health
“Since adopting nilo.health, our team’s wellbeing has increased by 25 points (Peakon Score), while absences have dropped consistently.”
Head of People & Culture, Forto
“It is great to see that so many colleagues at TIER actively engage with nilo’s services. We are convinced that we have absolutely made the right decision.”
Learning and Development Manager, TIER Mobility
“The feedback of our employees is highly positive and team members really feel supported.“
VP HR & Organisation, Westwing
Signs your employees are experiencing burnout
Burnout is typically characterized by chronic exhaustion, feelings of frustration, negativity, and cynicism towards work-related tasks, and reduced concentration and productivity.
More specifically, some common signs and symptoms of burnout include:
- Feeling physically tired or emotionally drained all or most of the time
- Feeling alienated or detached from work-related tasks
- Physical symptoms such as headaches and stomach aches
- Difficulty concentrating and a lack of creativity
- Feeling incompetent and unable to cope
- Struggling with imposter syndrome
Burnout is a gradual process, and the signs may be subtle and difficult to recognize at first. But, if unaddressed, burnout can affect both physical and mental health, so identifying the early sBurnout is a gradual process, and the signs may be subtle and difficult to recognize at first. But, if unaddressed, burnout can affect both physical and mental health, so identifying the early signs of burnout—or preventing it altogether—is crucial.igns of burnout—or preventing it altogether—is crucial.
How burnout can impact your company
Burnout is not only detrimental to the individual’s wellbeing. It also has a major impact on your company’s productivity and general workplace culture.
According to a Gallup survey, employees who experience burnout at work are:
more likely to take a sick day
more likely to be actively seeking a new job
less confident in their performance at work
What is nilo.health and how does it help to combat employee burnout?
1-on-1 sessions with licensed psychologists:
“nilo.sessions” are individual video therapy sessions, ideal for both tackling acute topics and general prevention.
that provide guidance and insights from psychologists, coaches and trainers.
to help employees relax, focus, and feel good day-to-day.
to encourage mindfulness and boost long-term wellbeing.