Occupational BurnoutUnderstanding and Overcoming Occupational burnout
Frequently Asked Questions
A state of chronic physical and emotional weariness brought on by extended stress, especially stress connected to one’s work or occupation, is known as occupational burnout.
Occupational burnout symptoms fall into the following categories:
- Physical signs
- Emotional signs
- Behavior signs
- Excessive work hours and an overabundance of responsibilities.
- Tight timeframes and unrealistic targets.
- Need adequate help and resources to fulfill job requirements.
- Limited autonomy and power to make decisions in one’s role.
- Micromanagement and a need for more confidence from managers.
- Rigid work hours and a poor work-life balance.
- You are feeling unable to influence job activities or results.
- A decline in physical and mental health
- Decreased productivity and performance at work
- Relationship tension and social isolation
- Rising presentism and absenteeism
- High turnover rates
- Negative workplace atmosphere
- Recognize and express gratitude
- Consult a professional
- Take time off and rest
- Set boundaries and evaluate your priorities
- Practice self-care
- Create a network of support
- Gradually resuming work