Really, what else is there to say? Working long hours may make us feel important, but it doesn’t help us do better work. A lack of sleep absolutely affects our ability to make good decisions, do quality work and a host of other things. Just stop it. The Research Is Clear: Long Hours Backfire for…
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That’s the damage of stigma. People who need a little support, a listening ear, a proverbially shoulder to cry on, don’t get it for fear of being judged.
And then, things escalate and just get worse, until they are forced to leave their profession.
Why should this be the case when we are all dealing with a pandemic and having struggles? Why do we still judge people who actually talk about it?
Nothing will change until we can eliminate the stigma that causes so many to not even talk about their struggles.
What does it look like when I know, for example, that I get more work done in less time than the folks on my team who get celebrated for working so hard and so many hours? It looks like a massive cultural shift across an entire industry, one that is probably a long time coming.