According to new data from Delamere Health, manufacturing is estimated to be one of the most hazardous industry for workplace burnout potential during the nationwide lockdown: https://delamere.com/blog/burnout-britain-the-effects-of-the-glorification-of-grind-culture
During the coronavirus pandemic, it’s become harder and harder for Brits to maintain a work-life balance, and many of us are coming close to burnout. Nearly two-thirds of full-time workers have experienced some form of burnout in the workplace.
Now research from Delamere has revealed that Manufacturing is one of the highest industries at risk of pandemic burnout. Landing in second place on the Intense Industries scale, ranking of 1.27, with the lowest score being 4.
The average hours worked per employee in the Manufacturing industry was recorded as 42.45, that’s 22.3% above the latest reported average for British full-time workers.
Here are the top five burnout industries:
- Construction - Overall score 1.21/4
- Manufacturing - 1.27
- Wholesale, retail and auto repair - 1.37
- Administrative & Support Services - 1.62
- Transport and Storage - 1.65
The full study can be found using the link below!