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burnout

[′bərn‚au̇t]
(aerospace engineering)
An act or instance of fuel or oxidant depletion or of depletion of both at once.
The time at which this depletion occurs.
The point on a rocket trajectory at which this depletion occurs.
(electricity)
Failure of a device due to excessive heat produced by excessive current.
(engineering)
An instance of a device or a part overheating so as to result in destruction or damage.
(graphic arts)
A degree of exposure of a diazo-coated material that renders the film incapable of producing density when developed because the photosensitive diazo component has been destroyed.
(nucleonics)
To receive the greatest amount of radiation permissible during a given time.
The point at which the heat flux across a surface causes film-blanketing of the surface, resulting in a drop in the film heat-transfer coefficient, overheating, and possible surface failure.
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Via fliers and announcements at staff meetings, we notified them of the opportunity to participate in a free program aimed at reducing job burnout and enhancing collegial collaboration.
The current study was conducted to understand the relationship between job burnout and emotional intelligence amongst high school teachers in Dezfoul.
With the demands of the global economy, conference calls with coworkers around the globe, and the endless stream of emails, it's even more likely you'll hit job burnout early on in your career," Fanning says.
Job burnout and job leaving in public school teachers: Implications for stress management.
The relationship of emotional intelligence with managerial effectiveness has been investigated in several studies (Jae, 1997; Sipsma, 2000; Sitarenios, 2001) but studies about mediating role of Job Burnout on emotional Intelligence--managerial effectiveness relationship are rather few.
2005) and job burnout (Siegall and McDonald, 2004).
Samuel Melamed, Shlomo Berliner, David Zeltser and Itzhak Shpira of TAU's Sackler Faculty of Medicine - have found a link between job burnout and coronary heart disease (CHD), the buildup of plaque in the coronary arteries that leads to angina or heart attacks.
If employees feel unvalued or unsupported by their leaders, it is definitely going to lead to poor performance, job burnout and ultimately employee turnover," she warned.
Work stress, job burnout, and work outcomes in a turbulent environment.
Job Burnout Scale, Job Satisfaction Questionnaire and Life Satisfaction Survey were applied to collect the data.
Job burnout is characterised by (1) emotional exhaustion; (2) depersonalisation and (3) a decreased sense of personal accomplishment (Cordes & Dougherty, 1993; Maslach & Jackson, 1981; Lee & Ashforth, 1990).
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