This is Derek Miller, Speaking on Business. According to the 13th annual Aflac Workforces Report, 57 percent of American workers say they are currently experiencing moderate levels of burnout. Human Work Project is working to address that. Founder Charlie Warner joins us with more.

Charlie Warner:
Our mission at Human Work is to humanize the nature of work. We believe that work is a natural and an essential part of our humanity, but that our current culture of work no longer supports our prosperity.

Due to this, we are seeing large–scale burnout and career mis-alignment. Our job at Human Work Project is to fix that. We do so by supporting people in realigning and recalibrating their relationship with work through professional development programs, mentoring, and community support.

This includes our new GroundWork program, a 12–week intensive program designed to help you align to work that works for you. We also host regular events and workshops for leaders, individuals and organizations interested in exploring human–work alignment.

For more information, visit our website,

Derek Miller:
Human Work Project is on a mission to explore, guide and cultivate a humanized work experience for individuals through professional development, mentorship and support. I’m Derek Miller with the Salt Lake Chamber, Speaking on Business.