Warning Signs You’re Approaching Workplace Burnout

What to Do About It Are you feeling constantly stressed and overwhelmed at work? Do you feel like you can’t take it anymore? You may be experiencing workplace burnout. Burnout is a serious condition that can lead to many negative consequences for both employees and employers. Morrisville Counseling and Consulting PLLC will discuss the warning signs of workplace burnout and what to do about it! The first thing to do if you think you may be experiencing workplace burnout is to talk to your supervisor. Discussing your feelings and concerns with someone who can help you make changes in your work life can be very helpful. If you’re feeling burned out, chances are good that your job isn’t the only thing causing stress in your life. It’s important to identify other areas of stress in your life and find ways to reduce or eliminate them. Some things that may contribute to workplace burnout include: -A heavy workload -Lack of control over work tasks -Inflexible work hours -Lack of support from supervisors or co-workers -Poor working conditions If you are experiencing any of these things, it’s important to take action to improve the situation. This may mean talking to your supervisor about making changes in your job, or it may mean looking for a new job altogether. Whatever you do, don’t try to tough it out and hope that things will get better on their own. Chances are good that they won’t, and you’ll only end up feeling more stressed and overwhelmed. If you think you’re experiencing workplace burnout, take action now to improve your situation!