One of the first stages of burnout is neglecting personal needs to focus solely on work. It’s crucial to take the time to engage in remote work self-care activities that relax and rejuvenate both the body and mind.
Hustle culture: two words fueled by burnout. To nurture a safe environment for employees, the toxicity of hustle culture must be addressed.
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At this point, you’re probably wondering if you can prevent burnout in the first place. The short answer is, yes, you can.
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Why is burnout hitting remote workers harder than our counterparts in-office? The constant culprits appear to be the pressure to perform, isolation, and a lack of company culture.
Spooky season is almost nearing a close, but not without one last scare: burnout. If you’re late to the party, let us catch you up and share our latest remote work resource.
Despite only becoming a household name in the past decade, occupational burnout has been around for nearly 50 years. Let's take a look at its symptoms, stages, and common misconceptions surrounding its onset.
The truth is, remote work does work. But, it might not work for everybody. Burnout is real, and it can strike when you least expect it. For remote work to fit your lifestyle, and more importantly, feed a positive headspace, it’s time to navigate and normalize burnout.
Of course, seeking shelter warm at home while the world outside is cold and wet sounds like an obvious benefit of remote work. But aside from comfort and flexibility, there are a ton of remote work benefits not everyone in the workforce saw coming pre-pandemic.