Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research <p>Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research (ISSN: 2454-2504) aims to publish high quality papers in all areas of ‘Economics, Business and Management’. This journal considers following&nbsp;<a href="/index.php/JGEMBR/about/submissions">types of papers&nbsp;</a>(<a href="/index.php/JGEMBR/about/submissions">Link</a>).</p> <p>Study areas include policies and strategies of economics, macro and microeconomics, fiscal policies and regulations, international economics, econometrics and experimental economics, philosophy of economics, law and economics, political economy and natural resource economics, emerging trends in the areas of general business management, accounting management, communication management, cost and financial management, disaster management, customer relationship, public administration, human resource management and social entrepreneurship, statistics and econometrics, organizational studies, leadership and team building, personnel and corporate relations, marketing theory and applications, management information systems, international management and operational research, International trade, role of different national and international economic organisations in the global economy, Interaction between global markets and trade, execution options, liquidity issues, trading platforms, Implications of globalisation on markets and trade, multilateral, regional, and bilateral trade negotiations, anti-dumping and unfair trade practices issues, WTO and its policies, FDI and the international economics, exchange Rates and Currency fluctuations, the impact of government policies on international trade and management issues.</p> <p>The journal also encourages the submission of useful reports of negative results. This is a peer reviewed, subscription based INTERNATIONAL journal.</p> International Knowledge Press en-US Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research 2454-2504 Burnout Prevalence and its Associated Factors among Healthcare Workers during COVID-19 Pandemic <p>Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has become a global health threat and has placed an extraordinary demand on healthcare workers around the world. More than half of healthcare workers in this phase experienced burnout. The main causes of personal, professional, and patient-related burnout were found to be direct participation in COVID-19 screening or treatment, having a medical condition, and less psychological support at work. Burnout was cited by healthcare employees as being caused by their workloads, the pandemic's uncertainties, difficult work-family balance, and strained working relationships. Burnout syndrome is more directly serving the people working in professions that are seen in important of human relationships. Nursing is one of the human service professions and is specifically vital in the medical and mental health care delivery. In the health professional heavy workload and non-compliance among persons are important risk factors for burnout. Exhaustion appeared to be the major symptom, and many participants utilized problem-focused coping to deal with the adversities experienced during the pandemic. Health workers reported physical, occupational, psychological, and social-related negative impacts resulting from burnout. Burnout is generally associated with higher rates of illness, increased use of alcohol and drugs, lower career satisfaction, high “staff turnover” but also reduced the quality of service, resulting in the poor patient outcome. As the pandemic trajectory is yet unknown, these findings provide early insight and guidance for possible interventions.</p> Aakriti Thakur Anchal Thakur Piyush Mehta Rahul Dhiman ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-04-11 2023-04-11 1 8 10.56557/jgembr/2023/v15i28198