Lloyds Banking Group CEO speaks out about burnout

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Lloyds Banking Group CEO speaks out about burnout

António Horta-Osorio’s stress and insomnia became so bad he had to take eight weeks off, BBC reports

The chief executive officer (CEO) of Lloyds Banking Group has warned people about the risks of stress and burnout. In a BBC online video, António Horta-Osorio shared his own personal story in which he explained that the bank was in ‘a very weak position' following the financial crisis. This led him to lose sleep due to stress, which became so bad that he burned out and had to take eight weeks off work to recover. Quilter CEO opens up about his own mental health challenge According to the...

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