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The term “burnout” has become more and more common, especially in the last few years. In fact, since 2015, global online searches for this term have increased by 2,500%.
This isn’t a simple coincidence — according to a recent study, more than 70% of people have gone through a burnout phase  in the last year, while a quarter of UK employees have admitted reaching a psychological breaking point.
There are multiple complex factors behind the spread of burnout amongst workers, and one of them is the lack of support for mental health needs in the workplace.
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