Feeling The Burn? 9 Tools To Help Beat Work-Induced Burnout

According to the World Health Organization, workplace burnout is officially a chronic occupational phenomena. Here's what you can do about it.

By Rachel Waldman

Executives get it. Entrepreneurs get it. Even the most enthusiastic employees get it. The term burnout was first tossed around in the 1970s, but as recently as May 2019, it was (finally) acknowledged by the World Health Organization as an occupational phenomenon. Linked to work-induced stress, burnout has been proven to affect everything from mood and mental health to menstrual cycles. So what to do if you’re feeling the burn? Check out our round-up.

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