That time of year again…Paper W-2s will be postmarked no later than end of January. They Electronic W-2s will be available January 21.Helpful Career Advice to Avoid Burnouts: We all run into slumps. Workdays/weeks that never seem to end, too much to do, not enough time, deadlines, meetings, the list goes on. You may be familiar with the symptoms these types of times bring: You don’t care about your work anymore, you dread going to your job every day, you’re no longer motivated to do your best, and your relationships with your co-workers are deteriorating. If you’re suffering from job burnout, you owe it to your manager, your organization, and ultimately yourself to find a solution.
Fight burnout by exploring these simple survival tactics: •Take time for yourself. Devote part of your day to things that really matter to you personally instead of obsessing about work all the time. A regular break can replenish your energy.•Rediscover your passion. Think about what really got you excited when you began your career. Does it still fire you up? Look for ways to bring that spark back into your job and your life.•Seek support. Talk to your family, friends, and trusted co-workers about what’s going on. They’ll offer ideas and support, and you won’t feel as isolated and ignored. Want more reads that help break up your busy day? Check out our Break Room.
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