Wellbeing | How to tell if you're close to burning out

How to tell if you're close to burning out

The media furore over the legitimation of the condition known as ‘burnout’ by the World Health Organisation (WHO) has called to light a serious issue. Now that burnout has an official technical definition, which very much confirms that it’s a work-based issue, more and more employees are realising that it applies to them.

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