If you’re reading this, you’re probably already on board with the idea that companies bear a major responsibility for the well-being of their employees. In fact, employees get a lot of advice about “beating burnout.” But aren’t company leaders responsible for creating environments where burnout can’t take hold in the first place? As we all continue to adjust to the discomfort of sustained uncertainty, there are populations of the global workforce experiencing burnout — and have been for some time. It’s up to People leaders to build a company culture that protects against burnout. And to do this, they should focus on providing clarity, supporting belonging, and increasing employee autonomy. It can start by implementing just five steps on a daily basis.