Employees who are struggling with burnout, especially working at home, should create "shutdown rituals" such as turning off their computer, saying goodbye to co-workers and planning for the next day, writes Julie Winkle Giulioni. Leaders should model this behavior, she writes, and "give permission to employees to do the same."
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