Reasons and Psychology of Not Going to Work: People may have difficulty going to work for a variety of reasons, including health problems, family responsibilities, transportation problems, education levels, working conditions, wages or unemployment.
The most common reasons for not going to work:
- HEALTH ISSUES: the person has difficulty going to work because of physical or mental health problems.
- FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES: the person has difficulty going to work because of family responsibilities such as caring for children, caring for elderly parents, etc.
- TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS: the person experiences transportation problems and reluctance to go to work.
- LEVELS OF EDUCATION: difficulties in finding or keeping a job because of one’s level of education.
- WORKING HOURS: reluctance to go to work due to unsuitable working conditions at work, and reasons for being late.
- INSUFFICIENT WAGE: difficulties in staying at work due to insufficient wages at work, and psychology of reluctance to work.
- LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYMENT: when a person has difficulty and hesitation in going to work due to long unemployment.
- ARGUMENTS: Reluctance to go to work as a result of having an argument with someone and not being able to focus on work with that psychology.
- GRIEF: When a person loses the desire to go to work with that psychology as a result of separation from someone or something.
- CHALLENGEDNESS: Since people live in cold houses, they experience a feeling of extreme coldness in the morning and a psychology of not being able to get out of the quilt. This is a possible problem that reduces the number of people going to work during the winter months, as people living in cold houses are more likely not to go to work than people living in warm houses.
In conclusion: causes and psychology of absenteeism Lack of interest in going to work (or reluctance to go to work) is a condition that causes a person to have difficulty going to work. This can often occur because the working conditions at work are not suitable, the pay at work is inadequate, or the work does not match the person’s abilities and interests. Laziness can also be caused by factors such as stress, pressure or abrasive relationships in the work environment. This can negatively affect one’s quality of life and happiness and may require professional support to resolve. And choosing the right job is also an important factor.