During these pandemic times, when burnout is so rampant we have coined the term “the great resignation” to describe the number of people who are quitting their jobs, it’s more important than ever for both individuals and managers to pay attention to boundaries. This isn’t work that can be done alone, after all. We each have a part to play in upholding our own and one another’s boundaries for healthier, more productive workplaces. In this piece for Psychology Today, our Assistant VP Allison McWilliams explores why boundary-setting is so important and the key questions manager and individuals should be asking of themselves and each other.

Picket fence painted in multi-colors.

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