Finally, an article that views burnout as a systemic problem, and specifically a management problem, not a weakness of the individual.

“Maslach defines burnout as a psychological response resulting from chronic stress in the workplace that shows up through three primary symptoms: feelings of exhaustion, feelings of cynicism and detachment, and a perceived lack of accomplishment

at Microsoft, we believe it’s important to focus on the idea of thriving: being supported to prioritize your most impactful work; seeing evidence of positive culture change; feeling safe to speak up; and engaging deeply with work you care about and being able to visualize progress.” – Sloan Management Review