Productivity dysmorphia is a condition characterized by an unhealthy attitude toward productivity. It can involve thinking that one is never doing enough (despite contrary evidence), having unfounded fears about being confronted about one’s performance, constantly comparing one’s productivity to that of others – or simply trying to do too much all at once.
Today’s work environment is radically different from what it was even a mere five years ago, thanks to Covid. Being old-fashioned has its charms, but it probably won’t do you any favors in today’s job market. To help you, we have collated a list of career advice tips that most likely no longer hold true.
Back in 1987 sociologist Arlene Daniels coined the term “invisible labor”, and since then we have become increasingly aware of its various forms and ramifications. In some industries workers spend up to 33% of their daily work time doing invisible labor.