If you are feeling burnt out, you are not alone. The number of workers suffering burnout has sharply increased during the pandemic. Worries about job security, health concerns and added childcare responsibilities have only compounded workplace-related pressures. But as Olga Khazan writes in this eye-opening piece, burnout is primarily a workplace problem – and only employers can fix it. Her article offers tangible solutions for employers who want to be proactive about employee wellbeing.
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Olga Khazan is a staff writer at The Atlantic.
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