Definition: Rumination is in management the constant, ongoing thinking of work.
The intensification of work has made 'recovery' a popular topic over the recent years. In many occupations, the work demands are no longer physical, but mainly cognitive, which leads to half of the working population complaining about the stress they get from work.
We can describe work recovery as restoring one's energetic resources. This process appears to be largely impacted by how people disengage from their work demands and related thoughts. When confronted with problems or have been working intensively, many people still think or ponder about work-related issues when not at work.
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