Artist Linda Eastena on burnout and a one-way ticket to New Zealand

After experiencing severe burnout, she bought a one-way ticket to New Zealand, followed by Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Amsterdam and even Lapland. Trying to suppress her talent, Linda picked cherries, apples, grapes, saffron, checked the quality of pumpkins, worked in a French bakery and even milked cows for five months from 4:00 a.m. to 6:00 … Read more

One in six employees suffers from burnout complaints

NOS NOS News•yesterday, 03:30 In 2021, nearly 1.3 million Dutch employees struggled with burnout complaints. That equates to 17 percent, which is the same as in 2019. This is apparent from the National Working Conditions Survey of TNO and Statistics Netherlands. In the corona year 2020, when a lot of people worked from home, the … Read more

Large-scale study brings striking conclusion: burnout is contagious

Burnout, as well as anxiety and depression, are contagious. A large-scale Danish study comes to that startling conclusion. Employees who come from a company where burnout and depression are rampant infect their colleagues when they move to a new company. Even if they never had mental health problems themselves. “This is a wake-up call,” says … Read more

Between burnout and calm robot

Photo of Judita Grigelytė (VŽ). Which is more productive? Robot or human? What else adds value? It doesn’t take a lot of sociological research and surveys. The majority would argue that success is not brought about by robots, smart machines, or work processes rigid down to the last detail, but by a “cohesive team”. They … Read more

“We are talking about extreme fatigue, a physical burn-out…”

It is an emblematic showcase of the heart of Carolingian life which in turn stops here, at rue du Pont-Neuf. After almost thirteen years of good and loyal service, after as many years of investment with her customers, Béatrice Laurent throws in the towel, “constrained and forced”, admits the young woman of 45 years. Because … Read more

Burnout increased by 18% among employees of Brazilian companies in 7 years – Revista Galileu

+ Burnout increased by 18% among employees of Brazilian companies in 7 years (Photo: Yasmina H/Unsplash) Exhaustion, unwillingness to work and feeling of incompetence are some of the symptoms of an increasingly well-known problem: burnout. Classified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a syndrome caused by chronic stress in the work environment, it is … Read more

Doctors’ burnout has reached dire levels, according to new research

Doctors were similarly affected in the early stages of the epidemic. While emergency physicians and family doctors work 24 hours a day as they continue to be exposed to Covid-19, many doctors in other specialties have been able to reach their patients through telehealth appointments and spend more time with their families. Along with the … Read more

Burnout at work: what is the manager’s responsibility?

When a team member’s productivity decreases, the work performed more laxly, and attention is reduced or even mistakes are made, in rare cases, managers blame the employee’s poor motivation or laziness. However, specialists guess that much more serious causes of professional burnout may lie beneath these symptoms. Gjensidige CEO Marius Jundulas says that it is … Read more