Some people have a tendency to engage dramatically in what they do, putting all their effort and passion into what is of interest and, in many cases, in activities related to their work. That dedication is, in principle, a very positive aspect that could greatly facilitate the promotion and advancement at work. However, at any given time it could lead to serious physical and emotional problems in what is known as “burning Worker Syndrome” (using the Anglo-Saxon terminology, “Burn-Out Syndrom). This is not nothing but a burnout suffered by the worker and involved in their exhaustion at various levels: physical, psychological and emotional. Where does this disease originated? Much has been written so far about the adverse effects of excessive levels of work can have on the person. In the case of work stress, it is said that at low levels is a natural response of our body to demands placed on it, improving their physical and mental conditions to meet the requirements of their employment.

However, this in large quantities could lead to a medical panel of grave danger, and can make the worker to have to leave his post. Worker burnt Syndrome develops very similarly. These factors lead to the same working hours conducting more than eight hours, giving also the fact that the remuneration or other consideration received does not go in line with the effort. Basically the worker does not feel appreciated everything he believes he deserves at work, receive a clear imbalance between the effort and dedication he puts into his work and the salary received or the position of women. The feeling of resignation to privacy caused by such use would only increase that feeling. What are the professions which could further lead to the same? Generally, those activities that require a greater degree of involvement, such as those involving continuing treatment with the public, are the greater degree determine the development of the syndrome, this being more prevalent among women than among men.

In any case, the longer an employee is involved with their work, even putting aside his own personal life, the more likely the end of this syndrome. The symptoms of this syndrome, the feeling of anxiety and restlessness that may take shape in the worker as a result of their situation would be the main symptom is characteristic of it. Other factors such as sleep disorders or food, exhaustion or low self-esteem could be indicative of it. In regard to the physical symptoms of the same, the worker may experience dizziness, headaches, digestive disorders, respiratory and circulatory, skin rash, or muscle pain. Could it be the determinant of a disability? It seems hard she could speak of a permanent disability motivated by this syndrome. However, as with the work stress, it could determine a temporary disability the employee, must remain for a certain period of time suspended from work on sick. The worker may need to refocus his life and priorities. Otherwise, these syndrome will soon reappear.

January 26, 2011 at 12:05 am by Jackie
Category: General
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