During the fall months, Air Force Materiel Command will promote its Avoiding Job Burnout Awareness Campaign. Job burnout can result from various factors, including: (1) excessive workload, (2) unclear job expectations, (3) lack of control and resources, (4) dysfunctional workplace dynamics, (5) lack of social support, (6) monotonous or low-stimulation work, and (7) work-life imbalance. For counseling, active-duty personnel can contact Military OneSource at (800) 342-9647 or visit the Military OneSource website. Civilian employees may contact the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) at (800) 222-0364 or visit the EAP website. For educational materials, visit the AFMC Wellness website, or contact your local Civilian Health Promotion Services team.
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