Project

First a burnout, then being discriminated against? Experimental research on hiring and promotion barriers after burnout

Duration
01 November 2020 → Ongoing
Funding
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Promotor
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Work and organisational psychology
    • Health, education and welfare economics
    • Labour and demographic economics
Keywords
Burnout vignettes stigma
 
Project description

The determinants of labour market reintegration after burnout are barely researched. We investigate whether (causality), why (mediating productivity perceptions) and when (moderators) employer-sided barriers hinder career resumption by conducting experimental studies (eye-tracking and vignettes). Hence, we reveal burnout stigma and test pathways out of unfavourable treatment. Next to its substantive added value, this project offers methodological contributions and is solution-oriented.