Workplace burnout first emerged in 1970 to describe severe ongoing stress among human services workers but has been since been broadened in the last quarter century to include all occupations. Workplace burnout is considered an erosion of a positive psychological state.
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I feel I am being discriminated against due to my pregnancy and parental responsibilities. What are my rights as a working parent?
Employers have certain obligations by law when it comes to dealing with an employee who is either pregnant or who has parental responsibilities.
I work for the Victorian Public Sector and my position has just been declared a surplus. What are my rights? Will I be offered a Targeted Separation Package?
The declaration of a surplus of positions to departmental requirements is not to be used by the Department to deal with unsatisfactory performance or conduct, and you should not be unlawfully discriminated against.