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Nov 2021
November 02, 2021

Four Ways to Tackle Employee Fatigue

In an article published by the Midland Daily News, Warner attorneys Kelsey Dame and DeAndre’ Harris write about “Four Ways to Tackle Employee Fatigue.” Let’s face it, employees are tired. After 19 months of struggling with COVID-19, employers and employees are reporting a sharp increase in burnout and fatigue – which directly and often adversely impact the workplace.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration noted “fatigue can cause weariness, sleepiness, irritability, reduced alertness, impaired decision making, and lack of motivation, concentration and memory.” All of these can lead to an increase in poor job performance, carelessness on the job, decreased productivity and workplace injuries and accidents.
How can employers counterbalance fatigue and burnout for their employees? Kelsey and DeAndre’ offer several tips to follow to help employees work through this difficult time.
Read the full Midland Daily News article here.
Kelsey Dame and DeAndre’ Harris are attorneys at Warner Norcross + Judd LLP who concentrate their practices on labor and employment law. Learn more about their practices by clicking on their names above.

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