Feel good about your business, be fulfilled and love your job, the dream of every employee and every employer looking for committed and motivated employees. However, we hear more and more about psychosocial risks and cases of burn-out, even boron-out. The company is emerging as a place of stress and tension contributing to the malaise of employees.

Is happiness at work only a myth or is awareness and change happening?

In collaboration with the POG, IMS Luxembourg invites you to a cycle of 3 conferences in order to address the psycho-social risks at the origin of this malaise, but also to deepen the reflections on solutions, such as the trust management and the right to disconnect. By questioning certain practices and the organization of work, could we achieve real happiness at work?


When? May 28, 2018 from noon to 2 pm

"Psychosocial risks: from diagnosis to prevention"

During this round table we will seek to understand the concept of psychosocial risks with our stakeholders from both a medical point of view and from the point of view of companies and employees: What are the psychosocial risk factors? What are the consequences for the company? What effects on the individual? But also, how to prevent, accompany and monitor these psychosocial risks within companies?


We inform all participants that they are likely to figure in some pictures taken during IMS' events. These pictures are destined to be published in written and online media edited by IMS Luxembourg.

  • Dr. Jean-Marc Cloos, Medical Director Psychiatry center, Hôpitaux Robert Schuman
  • David Büchel, Work Psychologist, House of Employees
  • Stéphanie Deitz, HR Account Manager, CSR & Diversity Coordinator, ING Luxembourg
  • Julien Bossu, Human Resources Director, Member of the Executive Board, CDCL
  • Dr. Patrizia Thiry, Director, Occupational Medicine

Moderate by : Virginie Stevens, Managing Partner, Pétillances

A free event open to IMS members, signatories of the Lëtzebuerg Diversity Charter and members of the POG

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