Nearly a fifth of people in their Twenties reportedly face a serious risk of burn-out because they are working too hard.
Stephen Grootes spoke to Associate Professor at Afriforte, Ina Rothman about these claims. Professor Rothman refutes that people under 30 are burning out because they are working too hard. She explains that she thinks the high rate of burn out is due to lack of job resources such as good job information, clear expectations and roles as well as proper management.
Listen to the conversation below: