After a 'burn-out' to start with work is usually hard enough. What happens, however, if you do not have to re-integrate them in a global pandemic?
Would she not want to keep her employer's costs, would be to save money? With that thought in her mind, Vera Bone, making re-course to after a 'burn-out' at home more and working harder and longer. "I've been a year back on my old number of hours in a day to get it, how much patience should they have?"
as a result of hard work, and to be present at all the meetings and hoping for a Bot to be able to show that they are of value, it could have been. "But, ultimately, I found that restless sleep, pressure in my chest, and sad as it was."
after a 'burn-out', returning to the work force, is going to be a intense route. Small In size, and are under supervision to get some-more jobs. However, in the current situation of teleworking, video conferencing, and a lack of co-workers, there are plenty of pitfalls that a re-integration may be more difficult.
“The likelihood is that you will be delayed or reduced if you begin, it is a big one.”Annita and Roger, the Association of Accredited Stress, and Burn-outcoaches Support is provided through the video < / p> Annita and Roger, the president of the Association of Accredited Stress, and Burn-outcoaches saw in the last few months is that a lot of beginners and re-integration pauses were the same. "The likelihood is that you will be delayed or reduced if you begin, it is a big one."
if you are re-integrating, for example, could not count on the support and feedback of co-workers and supervisors - anyone who regularly talks with you about how things are going, you have my compliments on your progress, but also a step forward, if you are a long time to work.
Bone had been in regular contact with her supervisor via a video link. "You're missing out on though is the body language and confidence. In addition, a screen, a barrier, and if you have sensitive conversations."
it was her manager who saw that they were at the moment you have to be to be very made. "He told me that my value to the team doesn't depend on how much I had to see it. My health was very important." In consultation with the occupational physician was able to Blunt the four hours that they are already working to give back.
Additional stress at this time of the coronacrisis
another point is that the extra care that is now on the top of the burn-outstress to come. "The stress is intensified by the endless worrying about the same name. In dagboekstudies, we could see the baby during this pandemic gets worse," says Arnold Bakker, professor of work and organizational psychology at the Erasmus University of rotterdam. "The stress builds up until people are no longer able to properly regulate it."
research shows that tension can be reduced by the work to be intrinsically more motivating and directing your steps to get back up. "However, the assertive attitude, it is just very hard for people with 'burn-out'. There in the distance, it is difficult to keep up."
“I was on my own and my family's focus, as the whole world stood still.”Vera-Bone,
However, there are not only issues of re-integration at the moment. "When you're at home, you will get stuck because of a conflict of too many stimuli at the office, it may be an advantage to have a home to begin with," said Baker. That peace has yet to be a benefit, " says Bone. "I was on my own and my family's focus, as the whole world stood still."
in Addition, it shows other studies that also work as a distraction, it may have to offer. The condition is that the members are intrinsically motivated to do their jobs.
as of Now, the offices are again open, that you're in order to be re-integrated people, at the same time, with their supervisor's office to get them. "In this way, you can get someone to show works, as well as face-to-face conversations." Bot is now back at the office to find out. "You just think, reminds me a lot of good."