3 Ways to Resist Burnout and Rebuild Resistance for the New Normal

Self care is that much more important now

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In May 2019, the World Health Organization included workplace burnout in its International Classification of Diseases diagnostic tool as an occupational phenomenon. This syndrome, brought on by chronic work-related stress, was concerning enough then. Flash forward a year and add a pandemic, and we have a situation that is massively disruptive, to say the very least.