How to recover from work stress, according to science

We’ve seen massive improvements in employee benefits concerning mental health support to combat burnout – from mental health PTO to an emphasis on meeting-free days to autonomy and flexible scheduling, companies are recognizing the benefits of focusing on employee well-being. 

However, these efforts are all for naught if employees don’t recover from stress and potential burnout. The authors of this HBR report discuss the “recovery paradox” – that when our bodies and minds need to recover and reset the most, we’re the least likely to be able to do something about it. Download this report to consider 5 research-backed strategies for recovering from work stress. 


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