To Avoid Burnout, Work Less and Ignore ‘Productivity Propaganda'

· Bloomberg · Lindsey Tramuta

There’s burnout, and then there’s pandemic-induced burnout. For many workers, the professional environment has changed radically since Covid-19 disrupted life—but the intensity of their jobs hasn’t. Juggling full-time responsibilities, family life, and the stress of confinement makes the risk of burnout greater than ever.

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