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This paper explores the issue of burnout among junior analysts in the finance industry, specifically focusing on the role of workplace motivation in contributing to this issue. The review draws on a range of studies and literature related to burnout, motivation, and management practices in the finance industry, analyzing the factors that contribute to junior analyst burnout and identifying effective management practices that can help reduce burnout and promote a positive work culture. The review highlights the importance of adopting a Theory Y management approach that prioritizes employee empowerment, autonomy, and self-direction in addressing burnout among junior analysts. The findings suggest that providing opportunities for professional development and growth and delegating tasks and responsibilities to employees are effective management practices that can reduce burnout and promote a positive work culture for junior analysts in the finance industry. The review concludes by recommending a multifaceted approach that involves adopting effective management practices, providing support and resources to junior analysts, and promoting a positive work culture to address the issue of burnout in the finance industry.
This is the author's version of the work. This publication appears in Gettysburg College's institutional repository by permission of the copyright owner for personal use, not for redistribution.
Wnek, McCain P., "Junior Analyst Burnout" (2023). Student Publications. 1071.
Business Administration, Management, and Operations Commons, Finance and Financial Management Commons
Written for MGT 370: Workplace Motivation.