Emotional Exhaustion

Emotional exhaustion is a chronic state of physical and emotional depletion that results from excessive job and/or personal demands and continuous stress. It describes a feeling of being emotionally overextended and exhausted by one's work. It is manifested by both physical fatigue and a sense of feeling psychologically and emotionally "drained".

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Outcomes of Organizational Justice Perceptions - Emotional Exhaustion
... Emotional exhaustion, which related to employee health and burnout, is related to overall organizational justice perceptions ... perceptions are able to capture state specific levels of emotional exhaustion which fade over time however, overall organizational justice perceptions give the most stable picture of the ...
Emotional Exhaustion - Implications
... Researches have linked emotional exhaustion to a plethora of ailments, and a general breakdown in feelings of community ... However, a growing body of research has begun to demonstrate that emotional exhaustion can have deleterious consequences for organizations as well For example, Russell Cropanzano and his ... They suggest that emotional exhaustion can be seen as a cost that qualifies the value of any benefits received through employment, and so that an organization, which overworks ...

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