When doctors or nursing staff make mistakes on the job, it is not only the patient who suffers. Clinical incidents also have a negative impact on the medical practitioner and healthcare provider involved.
Psychosocial prevention expert Bart Vriesacker explains how you can limit the impact of a traumatic event for your employees and business.
Health Minister Maggie De Block wants to get burn-out recognised as a work-related illness. But what does this recognition mean for you as an employer?
A culture of open communication among workers is essential for mental health. Try these four tips for promoting communication in the workplace.
Despite increased safety awareness, occupational accidents still happen every day. Employee attitudes toward safety play a crucial role in this.
Legal regulations concerning psychosocial risks stipulate that every company, whether big or small, must include a regulatory approach to help prevent psychosocial risks such as stress and burnout. But where to begin?
Clear agreements on acceptable standards of behaviour within your organisation contribute to a positive atmosphere at work.
The terms burnout and depression are often used interchangeably. With the right knowledge about the causes and symptoms of both, you will be able to help affected employees more accurately.
Stress, burnout and other psychosocial conditions are a growing problem in companies. A confidential advisor can often help prevent or quickly address those risks.