Work atmosphere, in recent times, has drastically changed and the competition everywhere is cutthroat. Individuals in a corporate environment are continually faced with new challenges, high work pressure and ever-increasing expectations. And, adding to it, the technology has made work very much portable, blurring the line between personal and professional hours. The treadmills are moving faster and in an attempt to keep up with the pace, the employees are facing a whole new level of exhaustion. This exhaustion, called job burnout, is different from work stress and can be defined as physical or emotional exhaustion which makes people detached, cynical, and unproductive. Burnout is, in fact, a medical condition and research suggests that a lot of people who experience burnout do not believe that their job is the main cause. Job burnout can severely impact one’s mental as well as physical health. It has become a major problem in the modern workplace that not only affects employee health and well-being but also impacts the organizational cost. The cost of burnout to the global economy is $323.4 billion annually and the World Health Organization has predicted a global pandemic with a decade.