‘ Burnout – not a disease, but a problem for the economy under this motto met on April 24, 2013, over 120 representatives from the economy, politics, to inform the pension insurance institutions, professional associations, health insurance companies and the employment agencies from all over Germany, to find out about the latest findings on the topic of burnout and to discuss with the experts present. Already, the list of speakers proved to be particularly interesting, as many facets of the topic could be lit by the different areas, from which came the speakers. Since Monday, June 17, 2013, can as well as download the summary in form of a Sondernewsletters, as well as the presentations of the speakers from the pages of BFW Leipzig interested participants in the Colloquium. Get both on the home page under events to the extra switched sides or at this direct link: wir-ueber-uns/veranstaltungskalender/kolloquium-2013/zusammenfassung.html on the six faces of the Sondernewsletters are both the individual Presentations in addition to the presentations once again combined, as also the concluding panel discussion. Additional still a report about one of Burnout was listed with stakeholders in the newsletter, which is symptomatic of the views raised at the Colloquium on the topic of burnout.
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