why people burn out on their jobs

@arizen (152)
February 26, 2013 1:52am CST
Simple. Because sometimes, there is nothing to look forward too. You get to think that the hamster running on a wheel and you working, are on the same situation. I think this is what the joy of being a student feels like. It's one of those rare moments when you are grateful that you have a couple of homeworks piled up and they have a deadline to be submitted. On the job, people have deadlines too. But if you are a nurse, a deadline may be the end of the 8 hour shift or it can be literally a dead line on the monitor. I'm just saying this, because for the first time in years, I feel excited in going to work everyday. I feel like I have something to look forward too... sharing positivity that is!
1 response
@miryanag (348)
• Bulgaria
26 Feb 13
It is hard to do the same thing every day and get the same results. I think that burn out can be prevented if you get some positive rewards from time to time the rewards will eep you interested in your job.
@arizen (152)
• Philippines
27 Feb 13
Yes, I do agree on you. I have read one article that an employee doesn't intentionally leave the company. The main reason why employees resign is the management. A company will not be considered a good one if the management is not striving to take good care of the employees.