Employee ‘burnout’ risk for working overtime

Employee ‘burnout’ risk for working overtime

Those working over 40 hours per week are more likely to be at risk of suffering from ‘burnout syndrome’, according to new research.

A new report by the University of Zaragoza finds that chronic workplace stress and the perception of lack of recognition at work can lead to long-term exhaustion, a lack of interest and also irritability.

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