Managing Work Fatigue

We may have experienced ‘afternoon slump’ – a lull in energy that happens after lunch. Work fatigue is when this slump seems unceasing – constant exhaustion that persists for extensive periods.

In many cases, fatigue can be a symptom of burnout. Its causes vary, and depend on individual circumstances.

Workplace fatigue is a costly expense in terms of lost productivity, lower engagement, injuries, and other preventable risks. Addressing this issue can help with improved energy management and overall wellbeing.

This seminar looks at the common causes and symptoms of fatigue, and shares actionable tips to boost energy levels.

Description

Length: 1hr

Delivery modes: Onsite Presentations, Webinars & Pre-recorded tutorials (for wellness portals).

Number of participants:

  • Onsite Presentation: No limit
  • Webinar: 500. For audiences greater than 500, please contact us.

Details: The onset of technology, and our globalized world means that we are working longer hours. The 24 hour always-on culture sees some individuals trying to embody super human personas – neglecting sleep and other restorative practices . This can cause a severe depletion of energy, resulting in fatigue. This seminar is designed to increase awareness of how fatigue develops over time, and share actionable tips on increasing energy levels. Content includes:

  • Tiredness vs. Fatigue – How to spot the difference.
  • Causes & Symptoms of Fatigue
  • Performing a daily habit analysis – Examining sedentary lifestyles, work patterns, food consumption and sleep hygiene.
  • Understanding the body clock
  • Lifestyle tips for increased energy

Languages Available: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Russian, Malay, Mandarin, Arabic, Korean and Japanese.

Connect with WORKBLISS to discuss requirements – hello@workbliss.co

This seminar is delivered for educational purposes, and is in no way intended to replace medical advice. If an employee is experiencing issues with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or similar ailments, they are advised to seek personalized services from their chosen health professional. All attendees are advised to conduct their research, and find out what works for them before making lifestyle changes.