Avoiding Job Burnout
Success at Work
Employee burnout is becoming a serious problem in the American workforce. According to a recent survey done by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), 26 percent of workers felt they were either often or very often burned out by their work. This lesson focuses on teaching students about job burnout, why it occurs, and strategies to help them deal with it.
Objectives: Students will be able to:
• Define employee/job burnout.
• Identify four common causes employees burnout.
• Explain the consequences of job burnout.
• Describe three strategies that can help reverse or prevent job burnout.
1. Lesson Plan
2. PowerPoint Presentation
3. Reading Comprehension Worksheets.
4. Analysis Worksheet
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Michael K. Powell