- SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE. Freudenberger, Herbert J. // Training & Development Journal;Jul77, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p26
Discusses how an organization can deal with burn out. Causes of burn out; Need to promote group participation and scheduling activities.
- 6 ways to squelch work stress. Gayagoy, Gabrielle; Sherman, Alexa Joy // Shape;Aug2005, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p28
Presents advice to help alleviate workplace stress and burnout.
- Burned out, or just crispy? Goldman // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;08/23/99, Issue 322502, p26
Stresses the need for companies and employees to come up with ways to address the problem of `burnout' or job stress. Actions taken by some companies to help their employees; Need for companies to launch leisure initiatives for their employees.
- The sizzle in summer: Burnout. Roche, Jerry // Landscape Management;Jul95, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p12G
Focuses on job burnout. Symptoms of a burnout; Prevention of burnout; Ways of dealing with burnout.
- Control your stress before it controls your job. Pollack, Irwin // Fort Worth Business Press;12/28/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 36, p9
Cites tips on combating job stress. Learning to enjoy work; Cutting back on excessive work hours; Setting goals; Spending more time with family and friends.
- Avoiding job burnout. // American Salesman;May96, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p16
Discusses how to avoid job burnout. Causes of job burnout; Establishment of control over the job; Realistic goal-setting.
- Avoiding Job Burnout. // American Salesman;Jun99, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p29
Presents information on how to cope up with job burnout. Factors that lead to job burnout; Symptoms of job burnout; Practical ways of coping job burnout.
- De-Stress for Success. Stein, Helene; Brier, Marcia // Financial Planning;Dec2001, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p111
Provides information on job burnout. Candidates for burnout; Symptoms; Preventive tips.
- Burnout Blues. Wilson, Korey A. // Black Enterprise;Oct99, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p73
Focuses on how to handle the feeling of burnout at the office.
- Burnout and Commitment: A Theoretical Alternative. Maher, Ellen L. // Personnel & Guidance Journal;Mar83, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p390
Discussions of burnout generally offer little explicit theoretical foundation, but most seem to assume an energy scarcity model. An alternative model based on the assumption that energy is highly expendable is offered here.