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According to the American Psychological Association (2009), 69% of employees report work as a significant source of job stress. Given that 46% of all employees are severely stressed to the point of burnout (Arnetz, 2006) , it might not be surprising that organizations seek to reduce and prevent burnout to avoid potential burnout-related problems like financial losses, accidents, health problems, reduced productivity, or absenteeism (Maslach, Schaufeli, & Leiter, 2001) . Research on burnout hasdoi:10.1111/jopy.12427 pmid:30075484 fatcat:xm3spcvocjfahm7efhym2tppgq