If you’re working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic and feeling burnt out, you’re not alone. According to a survey by Monster, an online employment platform, 69% of remote employees are experiencing burnout.
What is burnout?
According to the World Health Organization, you may have burnout if you experience:
1. Increased exhaustation or energy depletion
2. Decreased engagement
3. Increased feelings of job-related negativity or cynicism
4. Reduced productivity or efficacy
How to Prevent Work-from-Home Burnout
There’s good news-there are strategies you can use to reduce your overall stress and risk of burnout while you’re working from home.
What can I do if I think I’m experiencing burnout?
If you feel like you’re burned out, remember that you’re not alone. Reach out to your supervisor or manager to talk about how you’re feeling and ask about workplace resources that may be available.