Project Name: Reintegrate Wellbeing
Priority: KA220-ADU – Cooperation partnerships in adult education
Project ID: 2022-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-000087446
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Duration: 01/09/2022 – 31/08/2024
Topics: Improving the availability of high quality learning opportunities for adults, Creating upskilling pathways, improving accessibility and increasing take-up of adult education.
The Reintegrate Wellbeing project seeks to support workers victims of burnout and often in long-term unemployment to re-enter the job market, finding again motivation and self-confidence. It also seeks to support employers in creating create a healthier workplace which promotes the engagement and well-being of employees. Building on the analysis of the state-of-the-art policies and practices to tackle burnout across the EU, the project will provide workers and employers with a better understanding of burnout. It will focus on the importance of detecting early signals of burnout, of building a healthier work environment, of developing soft skills in the workplace and of overcoming the psychological issues and social stigma related to burnout, so that workers with experience of it and often in long-term unemployment can develop the skills and the self-assurance to re-enter the labour market.
BERLINK ETN GMBH – Germany
- European Elearning Institute – Denmark
- Rightchallenge – Associação – Portugal
- The Square Dot team – Belgium
- IMPACT HUB STOCKHOLM AB – Sweden
- VAEV Research and Development Agency GmbH – Austria
- PROJECTS FOR EUROPE PFE – Belgium
WP1 – Project Management
WP2 – Development of the methodological framework and of the Policies and Practices Toolbox
WP3 – 360 Curriculum and Mentoring activities
WP4 – Development of MOOC Platform, e-learning modules and mini-Job Fairs
WP5 – Dissemination and Exploitation
The WHO defines burnout as ‘a syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It is characterized by three dimensions: -feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; -increased mental distance from one’s job, or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one’s job; -reduced professional efficacy. The Reintegrate Wellbeing project supports workers and employers in acquiring understanding and awareness of the problem, of how to detect it, tackle it, and on how to recover. It will provide soft skills necessary to recognise and face the problem, to re-gain self-confidence and motivation, and help design better organisational practices leading to healthier work environments. It will do so by providing a tailored and modular curriculum, direct support from mentors, and encounter between workers and employers, favouring re-integration in the labour market.
The Square Dot Team having experience in reading research activities will lead and be responsible for the development of research protocol, interview guide and reporting templates under WP2. The Square Dot Team will develop templates for feedback on Handbooks providing guidance on consultation of 15 mentors. It will also collect and elaborate feedback received, list improvements suggested and prioritize it, agree improvements with partners and finalize Handbooks in EN based on feedback received under WP3.