Ramadan, the annual fasting-period for practicing Muslims, takes place this year from April 1 to 1 May. For one month, they eat and drink only after sunset. What impact does this abstinence have on the work environment, and how can you handle it as a manager?
“The protection of physical and mental well-being should be a basic right for everyone who works regardless of their employment status,” says Gretel Schrijvers.
Attention to good sleeping habits is also crucial at work. How can you, as an employer, have a positive impact? Our expert gives five concrete tips.
Say no to bullying! Learn to prevent bullying or act decisively when things go wrong. Ellen Waldack, prevention advisor for psychosocial well-being, explains.
“We are still searching for a new balance at individual level, team level and organisational level,” says Koen Van Hulst.
Talking about grief at work is not easy. Prevention advisor Daisy Buttiens explains how organisations, managers and employees can deal with grief.
Happiness at work significantly impacts our general happiness. How well do you know what makes or breaks happiness at work?
According to prevention adviser Anneleen Vanlook, the pandemic is putting serious pressure on our work happiness. She shares a few insights and tips.
After a long period of mandatory working from home, there is light at the end of the corona tunnel. How can you ensure your return to the office is safe?
Resuming work after a holiday can sometimes cause stress. Follow these tips the make sure you won’t drain immediately the batteries that have just been charged.