feeling of obligation

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Washington, January 20 ( ANI ): Employees who stay at jobs out of a feeling of obligation are prone to several health problems, including exhaustion, stress and burnout, researchers say.
Often, there is a familial feeling of obligation by the employer and the offering eases the personal burden of the situation and the collective corporate conscience as well.
Forty percent of female office workers expect to receive something in return for chocolates they will give on Valentine's Day on Wednesday out of a feeling of obligation, according to a survey unveiled Tuesday by job information publisher Recruit Co.
For example, Decorators primarily purchase gift products to decorate their homes, while the Obligated Gifters purchase gifts out of duty and a feeling of obligation.