It’s good that you’re great at your job and often help your co-workers when they need it…at least that’s what most of us would think but not according to Harvard researchers.
It’s called “generosity burnout”. It’s what happens when you spend a lot of time helping your co-workers do their job done as well as your own. One researcher believes helping others can damage your own career and leave you prone to exhaustion.
The suggestion is to focus on your career, to look out for number one.
If you are really good at your job don’t you know you can do other people’s jobs too? 😉