The term burnout was coined in 1974 by psychologist and researcher Herbert Freudenberger, who wrote about “occupational burnout” and the symptoms attached to it: “exhaustion resulting from work’s excessive demands… headaches and sleeplessness, ‘quickness to anger’, and closed thinking… ‘the burned-out worker looks, acts, and seems depressed’”. Freudenberger wrote in the era of a changingRead more about Burnout[…]