14 Tips to Prevent Remote Working Burnout

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Author: Andy Stofferis
Written by Andy Stofferis

For many people, being able to work remotely – and escaping the confines of a cubicle or open office – seems like a dream. What was once considered a dream, however, may be turning into more of a nightmare for some. In a survey conducted among remote workers, 75% confirmed to have experienced burnout. Given the severe symptoms of the burnout it is something that should be taken seriously and addressed before it can take hold. Taking early action and practicing positive stress management techniques are the ways to prevent remote working burnout. Here are 14 ways how you can do that.

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14 ways to prevent burnout working remotely

  1. Develop time boundaries
  2. Develop social boundaries
  3. Turn off email and work notifications “after hours”
  4. Ask your boss for flexible scheduling
  5. Try to maintain a separation between work and home life
  6. Go for a walk
  7. Take regular breaks
  8. Take the occasional day off
  9. Don’t work on the weekends
  10. Eat Well
  11. Set up a dedicated workplace
  12. Communicate with your colleagues
  13. Keep an eye out for burnout symptoms
  14. Take a mental health screen

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