40% of employees often or always display a posture that is stronger than they feel.

A study(*) by B-Tonic shows that the pandemic has significantly sharpened the focus of employees and companies on well-being at work. Trend expert Herman Konings wrote down the remarkable results and important trends resulting from this in the Trend Report 2022 ‘Wellbeing & connectivity’.

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“The pandemic has drawn public attention to mental health issues, with health and wellbeing becoming priorities in the workplace.”
Herman Konings

COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact on the human mind and on society. While the lockdowns paralysed social life, professional life went into digital overdrive.

In the Trend Report 2022, trend watcher Herman Konings defines four so-called ‘megatrends’ that give us an exciting glimpse of the near future.

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The coronavirus crisis is having an impact on the difficulties experienced by Belgians in their work. For almost 56% of respondents, work has become somewhat or much more difficult and the majority of them (33%) attribute this either wholly or partly to a “higher workload”.
Even worse is that nearly 40% often or always put on a “brave face” to hide feelings of anxiety, unease and stress.

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(*) Survey
This survey was conducted at the request of B-Tonic by the Belgian subsidiary of the market research company Ipsos between 5 and 8 November 2021. In total, around ten questions on health and wellbeing at work were put to a representative sample of 1,087 Belgians. In the end, 725 respondents could be considered relevant and therefore useful for the study.