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At some point, the question has to be asked: What doesn’t cause employee burnout? Even before they get to work, Americans are dealing with lingering Covid stressors, daycare shortages, loan and credit card debt, rising inflation, increased housing and commuting costs, and more. Throw in a toxic boss or two, or take away coworkers leaving for greener pastures, and the odds are high burnout is happening. But few people are willing or able to tell their employer.

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