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.
Allowing pets in the office can reduce frustration or stress and have a positive effect on the work environment. Content agency Com&Co in Ghent has put it to the test.
After burnout, bore-out and fade-out, a new concept emerged within the field of business psychology: brownout. Learn how to recognise the signs.
How can companies protect workers against stress and burnout? Well-being researcher Hein Zegers shares his insights on the topic.
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?
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?
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.