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Syndróm Bore Out – aktuálne poznatky o syndróme unudenia

Misun, Juraj and Hudakova, Ivana (2010): Syndróm Bore Out – aktuálne poznatky o syndróme unudenia. Published in: Hodnota duševnej práce pre organizáciu a spoločnosť : Determinanty, kritériá a hodnotenie duševnej práce / Taťjana Búgelová, Gabriela Kravčáková (eds.) (2010): pp. 350-356.

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The “Bore Out” term appeared first time in March 2007. This time, Swiss corporate consultants Philippe Rothlin and Peter R. Werder published the book called “Diagnosis Bore Out!”. The Bore Out Syndrome can be defined as a long-term employee stress resulted from the overworking pretending. Its basic elements are underworking, disinterest and boredom and it is closely related to behavioral strategies, which the employee begins to develop to pretend to be very overworked, in spite of objective facts. In the euro-american employment understanding unfortunately rules the “culture of presence”. It means, that the employees sit at work. If they are there effective or they sit there all the time is a question, what is not asked every time.

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