The following issues can affect some people and should be taken seriously.
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People suffering from the fear of missing out have a real need to be in the know of everything. They want to see all the news and events, any office activity they want to be a part of and are always busy commenting on Facebook posts or tweeting on Twitter.
But FOMO can negatively affect productivity in the workplace.
FOMO is not only decreasing productivity, but it can also cause information overload. For example, when something exciting happens early in the day, it can consume so much information that a person can reach his limit.
His productivity will decrease and affect overall workload progress. Worse is that the information was not even valuable or beneficial to perform his task at the office.
Results-driven meetings help both the company and the employer in the long run.
It may seem like a shaky strategy from the get-go but having separated time slots to discuss every single detail of the project with your employees will result in better outputs, inclusivity of facts and opinions, and feedback is always open for discussion.
Overworking is defined as indulging in work activities beyond your physical and mental capacity by increasing the workload and number of hours. It usually happens when the organizational structure is gamed to promote deadline-oriented work without providing adequate human resources.
Organizations ensure that the workers provide them with the required output at every cost, giving efficiency and project completion top-priority.