On a Scale from 1 to 10, What’s Your Burnout Level?

Mar 20, 2023 | Resources for Funeral Homes

It’s common as funeral service professionals to experience burnout. The nature of the job, including a demanding work schedule and being emotionally available to families, can create a cycle of constant stress and fatigue that expands beyond the workplace into every aspect of your life.

However, burnout doesn’t happen overnight. Dive into Module 2 of our new Take 5 series and learn to identify and prevent burnout before it sets in.

To experience the entire Take 5 series, visit www.nfda.org/Take5.

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