Vitality is a responsibility shared by both employees and employers. After all, organisations also reap the benefits of vital employees.
In this short video, a psychologist explains how to deal with anxiety or worries resulting from the corona crisis.
Say no to bullying! Learn to prevent bullying or act decisively when things go wrong. Ellen Waldack, prevention advisor for psychosocial well-being, explains.
Expert Koen Van Hulst explains how, as an employer, you can increase resilience in your organisation and reduce the risk of stress and burn-out.
A negative stress experience can have a huge impact on your organisation. The resilience of employees is therefore something that must be taken seriously.
2 out of 3 organisations don’t have a prevention plan for mental health issues. They acknowledge the problem but don’t address it structurally.
As a manager, you may be the person of trust employees suffering from mental health issues will come to see. Above all, it is essential that you listen to them attentively and refer them correctly. You can rely on written procedures and an emergency contact list for this.
The mental well-being of your workers impacts their personal lives and their performance at work. People end up on extended sick leave when things are getting too much, with considerable consequences. How to recognise signs of anxiety disorder and burnout among your staff? And how can you help?
The way a person deals with psychosocial problems is called coping. There are various coping mechanisms, but not all are effective in the longer term.
Bullying or other inappropriate behaviours at work often results from poor management, miscommunication, or stress. But you can prevent it.