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Entrepreneurs/ managers.

Have you noticed burnout among your employees?

Are you dealing with frequent or long-term absenteeism with your team members, or do team members have difficulty dealing with changing circumstances at home or at work, which may have led to burnout?

Losing a good employee is a nightmare for any employer. You have to look for a replacement, the continuity of the work is jeopardized, other team members are burdened with extra work, and it is questionable whether you what kind of employee you will get in return once they can start working again. And not to forget that as an employer you also have to deal with high absenteeism costs.

Corona burnout

Especially in the Corona crisis employees are concerned about their job, their income, and how their future is going to look like.

It makes me wonder:
“How does this affect the employee’s mental health?”
The recent numbers of a study that looked into the consequences of the “intelligent lockdown” on employees show that the measures following COVID19 have caused an average of 40% more stress for people working from home!

Of course, this stress also increases the risk of having to call in sick, because people who work from home feel and see the thin line between their work life and their private life fade. Often the children and partner are at home, so things quickly get mixed up.

Young workers are also vulnerable. Almost 70% of them, the survey indicates, experience stress and dissatisfaction now that they have to work from home. Often they live alone, They don’t have the structure and communication that comes with having a family, which often makes them feel lonely.

Burn-out signs

Loneliness is an important risk factor for stress and psychological problems. A third of the young people who work at home experience concentration problems. This is twice as much as under normal circumstances. This is chocking, as one of the most common characteristics of burnout is the lack of concentration. Just like: depressed feelings, exhaustion, panic attacks, dizziness, listlessness, and insomnia.

Burn-out coaching for your employees

Especially now it is important to give your employees the extra attention and support so that they have the opportunity to express their stress and emotions in a healthy way.
Because of the above, I feel that it is my obligation to stand up. I have a unique program to help you as an employer to solve or even prevent problems like burnout.
From experience, I know what it’s like to be in a burnout and I don’t want anyone to experience that!
The program is intended for everyone who has ended up at home as a result of a burnout.