Does Job Burnout Require a Reasonable Accommodation?

https://youtu.be/gCX0X79VGUQ Burnout has been, continues to be, and IS an epidemic in the workplace.  It cuts across organizational hierarchies, job titles, and salaries/wages.  Burnout is real and creates devastating results for its victims.  But if you’re an organizational leader or HR practitioner, you might wonder:  Is job burnout a disability?  According to the ADA (Americans … Continue reading Does Job Burnout Require a Reasonable Accommodation?

The New Work-Life Imbalance: Too many hours working from home

NOTE: Click on the image above OR click here to watch this 7-minute video. Because “business as usual” is being replaced by the (as yet unknown) “new normal,” it stands to reason that the traditional 9-to-5 work schedule at a common workplace location is also irrevocably changed.  Whether it’s remote work, working from home, or … Continue reading The New Work-Life Imbalance: Too many hours working from home

Leadership (Not Workload) Linked to Cybersecurity Burnout

“Cybersecurity stress is an industrywide epidemic among security professions.  Burnout is a hard conversation, but it’s necessary for CISOs to face workplace stress before it compromises productivity, talent retention or individual well-being”  (Henry, 2020). Long work hours.  Constantly changing priorities.  Insufficient resources.  High turnover.  These are just some of the factors that a recent survey … Continue reading Leadership (Not Workload) Linked to Cybersecurity Burnout

During a Pandemic, Be Curious and Ask Fearlessly

The coronavirus has challenged our basic assumptions and the way we move through our lives.  It is something rarely seen in the medical community.  Its incubation period may make us unknowing carriers who unintentionally inflict harm on others.  It is a frightening reality with global implications.   In addition to these health concerns, the coronavirus has … Continue reading During a Pandemic, Be Curious and Ask Fearlessly

You Take Care of Your Car, But Are You Taking Care of Your Employees?

Written by Dr. Geri Puleo and Michael Hempseed Imagine that you owned a trucking company. Now imagine that after one year of work you were told almost 23% of your fleet broke down because they were used too much. You would probably have a serious word with your drivers about not pushing the vehicles beyond … Continue reading You Take Care of Your Car, But Are You Taking Care of Your Employees?