E26: Employee burnout and rage-quitting
We’re in the middle of The Great Resignation, and more employees are citing burnout as the reason for leaving. In this episode, we discuss the latest trends and reports related to burnout, and the financial implications of “rage-quitting” or leaving a job abruptly before you have another plan. From healthcare to tax and credit implications, there are few things you should be thinking about before you make a short-term decision that has longer-term financial implications.
- Read: Parental burnout: how juggling kids and work during a global pandemic brought us to the brink | The Guardian
- Read: US childcare in short supply as burned out workers quit, and new hires hard to find | Rueters
- Read: Why It's Hard to Gauge How Workers' Burnout is Affecting Patient Care | NPR
- Read: 65% of workers are looking for a new job, and the numbers could get higher | CNBC
- Read: Dying for a Paycheck by Dr. Jeffrey Pfeffer
- Read: Why are people quitting? Burnout is just the tip of the iceberg | Inc.
- Pivot Health - Short-term insurance
- Read: What to expect if you have a 401k loan and lose your job?
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