If you’re struggling to stay productive while WFH, know that you’re not the only one. Research from Glint has shown that burnout among employees doubled from March to April, from 2.7 per cent to 5.4 per cent. And those who are struggling with the boundaries of working from home are 4.4 times more likely to experience burnout.
Burnout can exhibit itself in many ways. But it can be characterised by three main dimensions: exhaustion, cynicism, and feelings of reduced professional ability. It can also include emotional exhaustion, physical symptoms like headaches and stomachaches, and also reduced job performance.
If you’ve been having difficulty adjusting to the shift of working from home, you’ve probably also struggled with establishing boundaries between your personal and professional lives. Here are four tips to help you make the changes you need.