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Ways to Minimizing Work Burnout at Your Office?

Burnouts are an increasing threat to an organization's overall productivity as it not only hurts an employee’s wellness but also hinders their productivity and performance at the workplace. So, it is in an organization’s best interest to minimize the risk of burnouts in their employees. To minimize them, here are some steps that can be taken to leverage technology and best practices so as to help alleviate the risk of burnouts.  The World Health Organization (WHO) is a UN agency whose entire purpose is to improve health around the world. This agency tracks health statistics, monitors trends, sets research agendas, sets health norms and standards, provides support, and serves as a catalyst of change. As a leader in this area, what WHO says makes an impact in health priorities around the world. Recently, WHO published the 11th version of their International Classification of Diseases. In this version, WHO updated their definition of burnout. While burnout was included in p

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