There are three distinct types of employee burnout, and Harvard Business review discusses ways to address each one.

Research has definitively shown that burnout is an organizational problem, not an individual one.  While it is the employer’s responsibility to create the culture to prevent burnout, what can you do when you’re already there?

Harvard Business Review states that burnout is usually “present as any combination of three distinct symptoms: exhaustion (a depletion of mental or physical resources), cynical detachment (a depletion of social connectedness), and a reduced sense of efficacy (a depletion of value for oneself). To recover from burnout, you must identify which of these resources has been depleted and take action to replenish those resources.”

Read more at Harvard Business Review for tips on what you can do to address and alleviate each of these three different types of burnout.

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