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overwork

the condition produced by working a draft animal or working dog, an eventing or endurance horse too hard. See also exhaustion.
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What Eblin does do well is to introduce the concept of mindfulness as a key practice to break out of the cycle of feeling overworked and overwhelmed.
Coast Guard Commandant to the CEO of Panera Bread, Eblin makes the case that even small increases in mindfulness can lead to big changes in productivity and quality of life for the overworked and overwhelmed professional.
There is an antidote to feeling bored, stressed or overworked.
Recent studies have revealed a clear link between overworked nurses, staffing shortages and patient care.
And among all doctors, the most overworked are medical residents--medical school graduates employed by teaching hospitals ostensibly to receive training in a medical specialty but, practically speaking, to be utilized as cheap labor.
Like every other small company with an overworked core of employees, it was not easy to spend time, money and attention on such things as berms to block views of stockpiles and fabricated buildings to house processing operations, but the company took a very long-term view.
HALF of junior doctors in Scotland are still being overworked by hospital bosses.
We are finding mill personnel being so busy and so overworked that they do not know they have a problem," said Atkins.
He holds that when nephrons are in short supply, and therefore overworked, there's a release of hormones and retention of sodium by the kidneys.
Hussein Sadruddin, the overworked detention project coordinator for the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights, can speak to any number of problems that need addressing: an old meatpacking plant converted into a giant human cage; local police and INS trolling for arrests at mosques and small businesses; funders that shy away from giving money to help "criminal aliens.
In a recent survey by the staffing service OfficeTeam, 70 percent of executives polled said their employees are at least somewhat overworked.
Sniffer dogs at Sydney Airport are overworked and are suffering from sore backs, according to a union in Australia.