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.
While absenteeism rates among workers are growing at a steady rate, social pressure to address and improve the well-being of workers is also on the rise. But how to develop a strong policy on absenteeism? Follow the steps below to get started.
The absence of workers due to illness is not only a costly affair. It also signals that the overall well-being of employees within the organisation is less than optimal. But where to start? How to establish a preventive attendance policy that is truly effective?
Since 1 April 2016, the SME portfolio of subsidies has been simplified as government agency Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship aims to provide even better support to small and medium-sized enterprise in Flanders. The most recent changes are outlined below.
Verify whether your building contains asbestos materials. If the answer is yes, then you must draw up an inventory of the asbestos locations and the asbestos-based materials identified.
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.