BELGIUM: feeling good at work

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“What if, together, we could make things happen?” This is the theme of an awareness-raising campaign launched by the SFP Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue. It has been offering tools to prevent psychosocial risks for over 25 years. But the crisis has come and gone, and it was necessary to act.

Since the arrival of the pandemic a year ago, many workers have been teleworking and others continue to go to work to ensure business continuity. But their working conditions have changed. “Isolation, burn-out, stress, conflicts, violence, etc. are even more present in workers’ daily lives”. These work-related psychosocial risks affect both the mental and physical health of workers. They also have an impact on the smooth running and performance of companies and on safety.

The campaign is being run in a humorous way, mainly on social networks. It aims to draw the attention of line managers, employee representatives and well-being specialists to the fact that free tools exist to help them deal with these situations.

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