Practice news January 2006

Practice Management

Burn-Out: Symptoms & Prevention

Good quality employees should be appreciated for their contributions to your business. Ultimately, they are motivated, accept challenges easily most of the time, are pleasant in stressful situations, and their work ethics encourage others to reach their level of contribution and participation. The downside is that the opportunity for burn out exists in every organization, no matter the industry, or size of the business, according to Entrepreneur.com. A single burnt-out employee can affect the productivity of your business.

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