By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer Many workers are tired. They are avoiding the news, feeling numb and hopeless, and a bit angrier than usual. These are all signs of "worry burnout" (see 'Worry Burnout' Is Real). This is not our reaction to acute stress or catastrophe, but rather a reaction to long-term stressful situations—like a seemingly endless pandemic. Just when we thought that the pandemic was (slowly) winding to a close, the omicron variant of COVID-19 has arrived. With new travel restrictions, a call to forgo holiday parties, and employers postponing office openings (see Omicron Is Prompting New Rules For International Travel To The U.S.…
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