Burnout is a work-related mental health issue that can drastically affect the productivity and retention of your employees. Learn these five tactics you can start using today to help prevent burnout before it burns through your workforce.
With over a year of constant change, as many as 52% of employees’ have experienced burnout, according to a study from Indeed. This work-related mental health issue is more pervasive, more chronic, and more impactful on day-to-day functioning than typical work stress. But burnout doesn’t have to burn through your workforce. Get proven strategies to mitigate the risk factors for burnout and help you cultivate a culture that supports mental health.
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Senior Director of Workforce Mental Health,
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Florida Alliance for Healthcare Value
Senior Wellness Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine
Joe Grasso, PhD, is the Senior Director of Workforce Mental Health at Lyra Health and a clinical psychologist by training. At Lyra, he consults with employers on programs, policies, and communication strategy to support mental health in the workplace, and he leads the development and delivery of Lyra's educational content on psychological wellness and behavior change. Prior to joining Lyra, Dr. Grasso managed the implementation of a national training program for more than 1,500 mental health providers at the US Department of Veterans Affairs, where he also led quality improvement initiatives and conducted health services research. His peer-reviewed research spans topics including integrated health care, psychotherapy outcomes, and the intersection of social identities and mental health.
Karen van Caulil, Ph.D. joined the Florida Alliance for Healthcare Value, formerly known as the Florida Health Care Coalition, in 2011 as the President and Chief Executive Officer. Previous positions included the Director of Healthcare Planning at the University of Central Florida’s College of Medicine, the Executive Director of the Health Council of East Central Florida, and the founding Project Director of the Primary Care Access Network.
Karen teaches graduate level courses in health services administration and health informatics and lectures frequently on a wide array of topics in the healthcare field. Karen serves on numerous state, regional and national boards and committees that address quality of care, patient safety, healthcare delivery and payment reform. She is the Vice Chair of Florida’s Consumer Health Information and Policy Analysis Advisory Council, charged by the legislature with overseeing the State’s transparency efforts including implementation of the state’s all payer claims database.
Jesse Gavin serves as the Senior Wellness Manager for Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) in Houston, TX. Since the implementation of the full program in 2014, BCM has won numerous awards including being named the nation’s 5th Healthiest Employer by Healthiest Employers LLC in 2016, 2018 WELCOA Well Workplace - Silver award winner and 2019 KOOP National Health Award winner. Jesse received a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Fitness and Human Performance. He is also currently pursuing a DrPH (Doctor of Public Health) degree from UT Health School of Public Health.