3 tips to avoid WFH burnout

3 tips to avoid WFH burnout

Laura M. Giurge and Vanessa K. Bohns

Widespread, long-term remote work has some companies thinking hard about employee productivity. But where they should really focus their concern is on a longer-term risk: employee burnout. The stress of the pandemic and the presence of other family members in the house amplify the risk of burn-out, because they create increased pressure on employees to signal their productivity. As a result, the lines between their work lives and their non-work lives blur. In this article, Laura M. Giurge and Vanessa K. Bohns offer three solid tips for fighting burn-out – and advice for employers, managers, and coworkers who want to help. 

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