the Trend is clear, the role of managers is becoming more stressful, at least if you believe the rate of people on sick leave. Between 2014 and 2019, the number of days of sick-leave because of mental ill health, nearly tripled, according to the företagshälsovårdsföretaget Previas study of 12.300 managers.
"the Growth that we're seeing is a pretty dramatic," says Lennart Sohlberg, senior analyst at the Expert.
in the short-term absence has, if anything decreased, while the long-term sick leave has skyrocketed, often as a result of the psychological and social factors. The worst of it is, for the female managers, in which, according to the Lena-Karin-Allinger, is associated with being more likely to be chefar in the public sector, in which personnel groups are larger. The problem is that the short-term absenteeism is relatively low, that the warning flags, then, is not to be seen. An employee absent for many short periods of time, often acting as a wake-up call.
this is A typical chefsdag is filled with meetings.
"Then you have to deal with the other tasks in the evenings," says Lena-Karin-Allinger.
go on a diet, the civil servants, as the lands of the tasks of the heads, which causes stress and a feeling of loss of control.
the Remains are in charge off long-term sick leave than the employee. The focus of the sjukskrivningsdebatten has therefore mainly focused on the ickecheferna. But who's going to take care of the boss?
" That's a good question, there is a tendency to lose their work. The bosses will be easy, alone it is important with the network, to be in contact with each other, " says Lena-Karin-Allinger.
the Managers who are doing badly is likely to give a spiraleffekt. The villages has a chief who is not able to spill over on to the staff, by and large, in the form of greater ill-health.<