Burnout is the biggest concern of at home workers right now as they try to manage some type of balance between work and home life. Employers believe that employees are constantly available due to stay at home orders and there is no real separation between work and home. Many workers feel like expectations are unrealistic and many still need to provide child care to their children and home schooling duties. As they maneuver all of their responsibilities boundaries are needed more than ever.

Key Takeaways:

  • Stay at home orders have made home where we work, live, and home school children.
  • With many more employees working from home a study has found that burnout and unrealistic expectations are key issues for employees who are worried about job security.
  • With working from home likely to remain a key feature of work life even when stay at home orders are lifted, setting boundaries will be essential to manage employee burnout.

“According to a recent survey, 27 percent of respondents say their burnout is due to the lack of separation between work and life, while over 20 percent cite unmanageable expectations.”

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