What about Burnout?

In 1974, psychologist Herbert Freudenberger coined the term “burnout” to describe severe physical and mental exhaustion caused by chronic work stress. He identified behavioral signs of frustration, anger, cynicism, and depression. Particularly susceptible were individuals with a “committed” personality type—specifically medical providers at a New York City clinic. He concluded that burnout was most prevalent…

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The Growing Importance of Resilience

Resilience has emerged as a critical topic in the aftermath of recent global events, particularly in the context of managing a multi-generational workforce. A study conducted by CV-Library underscores the growing importance of resilience, with 57% of employers recognizing it as a critical skill for candidates. Furthermore, 71% value adaptability, a fundamental aspect of resilience.…

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Improving Employee Engagement

With the “Great Resignation,” followed by “Quiet Quitting,” and even “Loud Quitting,” it’s no surprise that one of the most important conversations companies are having is about employee engagement. Whether referring to their employees’ engagement or what initiatives the organization will drive to improve employee engagement, this issue is on everyone’s radar. In this article,…

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