ALTA PRODUTIVIDADE E A RELAÇÃO COM A SÍNDROME DE BURNOUT

Autores

  • Fabiano de Abreu Rodrigues

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53612/recisatec.v1i4.39

Palavras-chave:

Alta produtividade e Síndrome de Burnout.

Resumo

A Síndrome de Burnout ou síndrome do esgotamento profissional, é caracterizada pelo excesso crônico de estresse ocupacional que leva ao cansaço emocional e físico, influenciando na redução da capacidade do indivíduo. A alta produtividade no trabalho é algo comum nos dias de hoje, as pessoas querem produzir mais, de maneira rápida, sabendo administrar melhor o seu tempo de modo que não se cansem muito e sejam práticos. O objetivo do estudo é compreender a diferença entre um indivíduo produtivo e aquele com a síndrome de Burnout, a partir da revisão de literatura, realizada por meio das seguintes bases de dados: SciELO, PubMed PsycINFO e Science Direct.

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Fabiano de Abreu Rodrigues

Logos University international

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Abreu Rodrigues, F. de. (2021). ALTA PRODUTIVIDADE E A RELAÇÃO COM A SÍNDROME DE BURNOUT. RECISATEC - REVISTA CIENTÍFICA SAÚDE E TECNOLOGIA - ISSN 2763-8405, 1(4), e1439. https://doi.org/10.53612/recisatec.v1i4.39

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