This can apply to any industry.
"It seems like agencies are failing across the board to fully support the wellbeing of their employees, and many agency professionals have had enough with the industry's exhausting cycle of competition and burnout.
As Michael Farmer, a veteran advertising consultant, writes in Madison Avenue Manslaughter, "Through benign neglect of growing creative workloads, and reluctance to tackle clients over declining client fees, agency CEOs are presiding over the slow decline and over-stretching of a diminishing pool of burned-out creative assets."
With this systemic problem hanging over our heads, is there anything managers can do on a daily basis to prevent team burnout on the ground floor? We've compiled a list of simple, everyday changes managers can make to help keep their teams engaged, motivated, and as protected as possible from the dreaded agency burnout epidemic."