fatigue (fəˈtiːɡ)

fatigue (fəˈtiːɡ)
1. physical or mental exhaustion due to exertion
2. a tiring activity or effort
3. physiol the temporary inability of an organ or part to respond to a stimulus because of overactivity
4. the progressive cracking of a material subjected to alternating stresses, esp vibrations
5. the temporary inability to respond to a situation or perform a function, because of overexposure or overactivity: compassion fatigue
6. a.  any of the mainly domestic duties performed by military personnel, esp as a punishment
b.  (as modifier): fatigue duties
7. (pl) special clothing worn by military personnel to carry out such duties



Today again I am sitting at my desk feeling totally fatigued. It all seems like such an uphill battle to sort out the situation we are in and plan forward.

I’m so tired of repeating myself. I’m tired of trying to squeeze information out of people that should pass it on as a matter of routine.

How can one improve the flow of information in a business where it has not been appropriately shared in the past? Senior managers love the term top level information and often hold staff meetings where the only real information imparted is the current sales figures and actual difficult resource issues are not really addressed.

I used to love my job.


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