Diversity news at the Luxembourg

Burn-out: break the taboo

invitation conférence sur le burn-out
   
   
   
   

 

 

 

Burnout has been an increasing syndrome for over ten years now. Today, around 85% of employees worldwide are stressed by their job. In Luxembourg, data is also edifying as 18% admitted that they already experienced burnout and even 30% consider they might  break down soon.

Within such a context, we can ask ourselves how to prevent this phenomenon within organisations, but also how to support people experiencing burnout.

This conference will give you some insights on the current situation in Europe and Luxembourg, but also testimonies as well as advise to implement concrete actions.

 

Speakers:

  • Jean-Claude Schmit, Director of the Directorate of Health
  • Patrick Mesters, Founder and Director of the European Institute for Intervention and Research on Burnout
  • Round-table moderated by Magali Maillot, Member of the Administration Board of the POG

Where?

Centre culturel Tramsschapp

49, rue Ermesinde

L-1469 Luxembourg

 

When?

11 October 2016 from 1.30 pm to 3.15 pm 

For whom?

The conference is open only to IMS Luxembourg members, signatories of the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg and members of the POG.

 

More information and a detailed programme on the  IMS website.

To register, contact Lolita Charpentier .

Diversity Network: The place of diversity within the corporate strategy

   
   
   
   
   
   

 

Integrating diversity objectives within the corporate strategy allows those actions not to be perceived as momentary or accessory. Indeed the key to a successful diversity management is the unanimous commitment around a common vision, which testifies of the companies mid and long-term ambitions regarding the human capital.

This Diversity Network will help us find some answers to the question: "How do signatories of the Diversity Charter take diversity into account in their corporate strategy?"

Speakers:

  • Géraldine ESCALIER and Katty CONRARD, RBC ITS
  • Vincent PESCH, Avery Dennison

 

When?

4 October 2016 from 12am to 2pm

Where?

RBC ITS

14, Porte de France

L-4360 Esch-sur-Alzette

For who?

Only for signatories of the Diversity Charter

 

CAUTION: Limited capacity, first registered, first served.

Job (Dis)Ability Preparatory Workshop

 

In the context of the Job (Dis)Ability* project, IMS Luxembourg through the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg, organizes its second awareness raising and preparatory Workshop for the Job Café on the 29 September from 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm in the ADEM premises in Hamm.

This awareness raising workshops aims to address:

  • the position of disability policies in the company's strategy,
  • the legal framework and the company's perception,
  • the company's needs, vacancies and the relations with the ADEM.

Beyond the awareness raising, the workshop also aims at preparing the participating companies for the Job Café that will give them the opportunity to:

  • Meet several motivated job-seeking candidates with a disability,
  • Exchange informally with the candidates.

 The Job Café will take place on 20 October 2016.

The workshop will be facilitated by Gwénaël Berthelémé, an expert on inclusion in the companies, and is in French.

 

*The Job (Dis)Ability project aims at promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities on the ordinary job market. this project is supported by the ADEM, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social and Solidary Economy as well as the Ministry for Family and Integration. It is co-funded by the European Social Fund.

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