BACP member Michelle Seabrook explores how the unrelenting uncertainty surrounding the pandemic and its impact on workplace pressures has led to high levels of burnout amongst workers.
In the article Michelle looks at how this ‘recipe’ for stress has been escalated by remote working, sometimes increased workloads and no sense of when it will end. She argues that stress can often be coped with better when it has a defined end-point. The pandemic has impacted the whole of our lives, not just our work, but that this in turn is something that can impact our ability to cope with work, be that in a paid role or as a student or homemaker.
Check out the article here for a further exploration of the topic.
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