Even if you like your job, it’s not unusual to feel “burnout.” But the idea of what that means has evolved over time.
In this video you will learn where the phrase “burnout” comes from, typical symptoms, the three main parts of occupational burnout, and who is most likely to get a burnout. It also explains the importance of how well-matched a person is to their job, autonomy, and social support.
Luckily, more companies have become aware on how to help their employees avoid burnouts. Reduced working hours, making employees feel more appreciated, or getting them more engaged with their work are some examples that might help.