Posts Tagged ‘Job Burnout’

Does Vacation Shaming Keep You from Relaxing?

U.S. workers are feeling more guilt than ever before about planning and taking their vacations, according to a new survey from Alamo Rent A Car.

Overall, the rental car firm’s Family Vacation Survey  around half (49 percent) of all American workers report feeling vacation shamed – being made to…

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Fewer Than Half of All Americans Are Satisfied with their Jobs

The job market has been quite healthy this year, with unemployment now well below 5.5% and job creation occurring at a healthy level. Labor markets are tightening and good employees are in demand. So, why aren’t more people satisfied with their jobs?

According to The Conference Board’s…

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Staying Healthy Can Help You to Avoid Burnout

We often associate job burnout with stress, and over-work. While rest is an important element in avoiding burnout, so, too is staying active and healthy, according to a new report.

A survey conducted recently by Harris Poll on behalf of Virgin Pulse found that there is a strong link…

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