Managing toxic workplace experiences can be hard for employees, which may result in burnout. In May of 2019, the World Health Organization released a statement classifying burnout as “an occupational phenomenon,” and defined it as, “a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” Here, you’ll find strategies for navigating burnout.
So much has changed about the landscape of the workplace in this past year. For some of us, that means we’re working from home and for others, it may mean that your physical work environment has drastically shifted. Investing in mindfulness and meditation in the workplace has a lot of benefits. Here, you can learn more about this in terms of mental health and wellness.
The job application process can be as worrisome as it is exciting. We may notice our stress levels increasing as we go about applying for jobs due to many factors like fear of rejection or anxiety about the future. In this article, you’ll find some tips on how to cope with challenging emotions in every stage of this process from application to interview.
We may have felt especially competitive in recent years. We encounter competition in our business lives as well as through social media, sometimes causing stress. Is it possible to remain calm and maintain a sense of peace in competitive environments? Absolutely! In this article, you’ll find tips to help you do exactly that.