Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
The best way to deal with a job burnout is to quit the job you are currently doing and apply for another one or perhaps you can even think about changing your career entirely. Though not many people will be comfortable that option. Not to worry, as there still are ways through which you can improve your current state of affairs or at the very least the state of mind you’re in.
Prioritize addressing to your work-problems instead of putting them off.
Actively and mindfully deal with the issues that you might be facing in your office such as stress, exploitation of your rights as an employee, harassment at work etc. Have a chat with your superiors if you can’t handle the problem yourself.
Make sure your superiors are well-aware of the work you’re expected to do.
Make sure you are aware about your duties and things you are meant to and not meant to do. Being asked to do things that aren’t your responsibility or part of your job description will simply take a toll on your interest in the job and will eventually cause you to burnout. Explicitly point out to your superiors that your devotion at work won’t be taken for granted!
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