According to a recent study, 89% of workers have experienced burnout within the past year. Unsupported employees are 70% more likely to experience burnout.
In the modern world, the concept of a successful life often seems synonymous with a busy and thriving professional life. The pursuit of career goals, professional growth, and financial stability can be incredibly rewarding, but it can also lead to a state of chronic emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion known as burnout. Here, are some causes of professional burnout;
An excessive workload, long hours, and tight deadlines can lead to burnout. The relentless pursuit of professional success sometimes comes at the cost of personal well-being.
· Lack of Recognition:
A lack of appreciation or recognition for one’s efforts can lead to feelings of disengagement and demotivation.
· Imbalanced Work-Life Integration:
An inability to balance work and personal life can lead to chronic stress and eventually burnout. Personal life may take a backseat to professional demands.
· Toxic Work Environment:
A hostile or unsupportive work environment, characterized by conflict, lack of teamwork, or harassment, can be a significant factor in burnout.