Many of those who’ve stayed at work are “also questioning and reevaluating how they’re compensated for their time,” Karachristos says. Recently, she’s been helping clients prepare for not only end-of-year reviews but also self-imposed reviews. “They want to be really smart about using this point in time to leverage whatever they can to make sure that they’re being compensated fairly… [and are] on the right career trajectory.”
When a loved one becomes a workaholic, it can be painful to watch them obsess and stress over deadlines. And during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many of us have loved ones who are physically present, but mentally checked out because of their jobs.