</Code.Burnout> Season 2
Season 2 of Code Burnout Starting August 5th!
We need to talk about mental health in the tech spaces
46% of HR leaders
believe that employee burnout contributes to up to half of their annual workforce turnover.
-Kronos Incorporated and Future Workplace
Out of 11,000 tech employees
57% reported significant feelings of stress and burnout as a result of their jobs.
-messaging board app Blind
of entrepreneurs surveyed self-reported mental health concerns.
-Researchers from the University of California
And that's not even considering people of color or other marginalized groups in tech.
The biggest threat to companies and employees is burnout
Please do something about it today
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Code Burnout is a podcast and community dedicated to helping marginalized groups in tech and entrepreneurial space heal and have a safe space to discuss mental health issues they face and access resources.
"You can call it inherited trauma, inherited burnout, this cross-generational idea that comes from a long line of tired black women. Not only are we fighting the endless emails and Slack notifications, but we're also trying to prove our humanity inside and outside of the workplace."
Be a guest on the show!
Code Burnout is having conversations on overwork, burnout, code-switching, and mental health in the tech community. Join the conversation and be a guest on our podcast.
- Bro Culture
- toxic work environments
- toxic bosses
- toxic clients
- Imposter Syndrome
- Politics at work
- Safe spaces for Mental Health
- Finding the Right Support
- The stigma of going to therapy
- and whatever topic you choose!
Guest Code of Conduct
Code Burnout is a pitch-free podcast.
On our podcast, we support marginalized and overworked tech communities by offering resources, support, relatable experiences, and a safe space to share. Our guests are expected to give freely, without expectation of sales or promotions.