3. August 2017

Burnout absences

The number of burnout sufferers is increasing. Absenteeism of six to eighteen months is not uncommon. Because the medically prescribed break is a trauma for many affected: With continued absence, the fear of contact with the employer grows. Returning after burnout is difficult. The absence of superiors, e.g., undermines the consistency in corporate governance.

The supervisors also feel guilty
As a rule, employees and supervisors are overwhelmed by the little-known phenomenon of burnout. The external, well-founded view enables Proitera to stimulate solutions and set impulses. The first solutions are intended to support those involved in contacting Proitera and to assist them before and during return.

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