By Monica E. Oss Burnout is a word we’ve heard often in the past 14 months. In one 2021 study across different industries, age groups, and experience levels, 52% of employee respondents said they were feeling burned out, up from 43% who reported the same pre-pandemic. More than two-thirds of employees felt that the pandemic had made the burnout issue worse (see Employee Burnout Report: COVID-19’s Impact & Three Strategies To Curb It). Among frontline health care workers, the problems are heightened—55% say they feel burned out while 62% say worry or stress related to COVID has negatively affected their mental health (see Stress On The Front Lines Of Covid-19). The World Health Organization…
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