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  • About the Author: Jennnifer Cullen

    Jennifer Cullen is an industrial/organizational psychologist and a director of people science at Culture Amp. …

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22 Dec. 2017 | Comments (0)
Where Employee Surveys on Burnout and Engagement Go Wrong
To tackle employee burnout, companies need to assess just how burned out their staff members areā€”and why. Many organizations conduct surveys to gain this sort of insight, but serious flaws in how those surveys are designed often lead to bad results. Well-intentioned leaders, following an inaccurate roadmap of where the problems lie, end up wasting time, energy, and resources on the wrong things.