April 13, 2024

Reintegrate Wellbeing: an Erasmus+ project to prevent and “treat” burnout in the workplace

Life can be stressful, and stress can rapidly turn into burnout. If you’ve ever felt extreme mental and physical exhaustion and overwhelmed by the pressure to perform your daily tasks, you may have experienced burnout

A September survey of almost 700 professionals conducted by consulting company Korn Ferry found that 89% felt they were experiencing burnout. Some workers have left their job. Others move to new cities or make similar drastic changes.

The Reintegrate Wellbeing Erasmus+ project aims to support employees who are victims of burnout and often in long-term unemployment to reintegrate into the job market, by showing them how to refind motivation and self – confidence.  On the other hand project activities will encourage employers to create a healthier workplace in terms of the engagement and well-being in the work environment. 

The main objectives of the project are following:

●      increasing the understanding of organisations and individuals of the importance of wellness

at work  

●      strengthening the soft skills of individuals who have experienced job burnout and are long-term unemployed 

●      providing knowledge and tools to organisations so that they can take measures to prevent and combat employee burnout 

●       provide guidance to individuals in finding new employment under less stressful working conditions 

Axonforce, our IT agency, and Berlink, our German training agency, together with 5 other partners from as many European countries, are working on project activities, which aim to provide better understanding of policies and practices in the context of burnout and raise awareness of the problem thereby helping to prevent its manifestation among employees and the employers. 

The actions will also focus on the development of soft skills in the working environment, overcoming psychological challenges and social stigma in the framework of burnout.

The objectives of the project will be achieved through innovative methodologies and with the cooperation of seven partners from six countries, who bring their expertise and knowledge of the subject to the project.

To find out more about burnout, how to prevent it and how to deal with it, also thanks to the results of the “Reintegrate Wellbeing” project, you can visit the website and follow the official social channels Facebook and Linkedin.

Related Posts

Éireann, Erin, Ireland: when Erasmus+ in Cork starts with a poem on the River Lee

May 25, 2022

May 25, 2022

William Drennan was an Irish poet and writer who first referred to Ireland as the “Emerald Isle” in his 1795...

European project design: the advantages for teachers and students to participate in a transnational mobility project

May 23, 2019

May 23, 2019

Erasmus generation. It’s the name given to the thousands of young people who every year choose to undertake a period...

When there is Europe

May 9, 2022

May 9, 2022

When there is Europe, there is the free movement of people in all the countries that are part of it:...

How to make the most of your internship: ZSRCKU Kościelec knows it best!

November 29, 2021

November 29, 2021

In the past days a group of 20 students from ZSRCKU Kościelec, Poland, finished their internship with Tribeka in Malaga....

The professional mobility of students and teachers from ZSZ NR 3 in Starachowice in Rimini has just ended

May 4, 2023

May 4, 2023

It’s time to go back to Poland. On Friday, April 28th, students and teachers from ZSZ NR 3 (Starachowice) completed...

Erasmus+ KA2 IPAL project: promote and develop adult training and education

December 17, 2021

December 17, 2021

Briefly about IPAL The IPAL project is a joint initiative of 5 organizations from Spain, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece and Germany...

Erasmus+: good practices for developing the eight soft skills identified by the European Union

July 13, 2022

July 13, 2022

The European Union’s identification of the eight European key competencies – soft skills – (also called key citizenship competencies) is...

Erasmus+ KA2 “Playing 4 Soft Skills” project: gamification as a pedagogical approach

June 9, 2022

June 9, 2022

Why is non-formal education important? Everyday life and professional activity in the 21st century often require us flexibility, creativity and...

Training – Experience – Welfare: the three key elements of any Erasmus Plus projects

May 10, 2021

May 10, 2021

After few weeks from the approval of the new 2021-2027 call of Erasmus Plus Programme, an important deadline is getting...

European project design: how to make school an international space for learning, training and education

October 17, 2019

October 17, 2019

In a Europe without borders, protagonist of a ongoing evolution driven by new technologies, by growing globalization and by considerable...

Erasmus+ KA2 “Skills Act 4 VET” project: in Rome the last Transnational Meeting

March 1, 2022

March 1, 2022

The last Transnational Project Meeting of “Skills Act 4 VET” is taking place these days in Rome. Tribeka, our Spanish...

European Project Design: how school can put into practice the Europe 2020 strategy through Erasmus+

December 2, 2019

December 2, 2019

Europe 2020 is a ten-year strategy proposed by the European Commission in 2010: the European Union has set ambitious goals...

The 2024 Erasmus+ Call is out

November 29, 2023

November 29, 2023

The European Commission has published the 2024 call for proposals under Erasmus+, the EU Programme to support education, training, youth...

Erasmus+: the latest news from the KA2 IPAL project

November 2, 2022

November 2, 2022

The IPAL project is bursting with news! On the 28th of September the IPAL partners met in Sofia for the...

Erasmus+: 2021-2027: first call approved

April 2, 2021

April 2, 2021

After a long wait, the European Commission has finally approved the first 2021 call of the new Erasmus plus programme...

Comments
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Newsletter