One in ten workers who have a loved one, lost will have a 'burn-out' due to the combination of grief and the work, inform the trade union CNV), on the basis of a representative survey among eleven hundred workers. Employers should also be alert to employees who have a spouse or child will lose the bond.
Of the respondents to the survey was 44 per cent in the last ten years has lost a loved one. One-third of it is briefly called in sick at close to 10 per cent for an extended period of time, and 16 per cent took the day off because of a normal function is not known. More than a quarter of it went to quickly get back to work.
"Grief has a huge impact on the shop floor," says CNV chairman Pete Fortune in the process. "Millions of workers will be affected, but there is still too little for them to be regulated. We are asking the employers to the grief-stricken co-workers to be of support. In order to prevent disruptions."
one-half that of the grief-stricken workers to the current arrangements for the rouwverlof not enough, the league. More than half of which supports a flexible, usable rouwverlof for about two weeks.