The loss of work due to burnout costs companies CHF 7.6 billion annually1. Bad enough that it even comes to that. Worse still, many companies have no plan on how to get those affected back to work. The burnout phenomenon is a new phenomenon. It, therefore, stands to reason that companies still have little or no experience with prevention and reintegration. While there is a wide range of garage operators available for repairs to company vehicles, there is hardly any support for the reintegration of those affected. The HR managers have no contact with therapists and vice versa. The therapists hardly get any insight into the situation at work. Only the descriptions of those affected – who generally assess the workplace in such a situation rather negatively – provide information about the situation at the workplace front.
However, this is one-sided and often controlled by the fear of the person concerned about losing a job or their urge to get back into the performance zone as soon as possible. There is therefore a lack of transparency and trust.
Since those affected return to work more quickly, CaseDesk actively contributes to reducing the costs of lost work for the company and its insurance companies. The teams concerned do not have to absorb the loss of work for those affected and are released from the additional workload earlier. At the same time, resilience (resistance to stress) is strengthened in those affected and the risk of relapse is greatly reduced.