Occupational or Employee Burnout is a well-known but grossly underserved problem. While many aspects of our lives contribute to burnout, according to many studies, the most prevalent comes from work. In the book, The Truth About Burnout: How Organizations Cause Personal Stress and What to Do About It, Dr. Leiter and Dr. Maslach identify six sources of burnout: Work overload stemming from too much work or not enough resources Lack of Control arising from micromanagement, lack of influence, accountability without power Insufficient Reward ranging from lack of acknowledgment to lack of adequate pay Lack of a Supportive Community leading to...

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