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Permanent disability recognized for being 'burned' at work

Publicado el 8/4/2016

Permanent disability recognized for being 'burned' at work

The ruling states that the affected suffering for several years an anxious-depressive symptoms that, over time, "had been undermining his personal defense mechanisms."
The labor court 10 Las Palmas has estimated the demand for a midwife of 40 years against the National Institute of Social Security (INSS) and has decided to recognize the total permanent disability to present a clear burnout syndrome, better known as the of burnout.
The ruling states that health suffers for several years an anxious-depressive symptoms that, over time, "had been undermining his personal defense mechanisms." For that reason, he explains the failure, health presented a "strain symptoms of anxious, tension, irritability, despair, anxiety, psychosomatic symptoms".
On the other hand, adds the text issued, has also been demonstrated to the court that the professional had a "progressive exhaustion largely derived from their stress and their sleep disorders, with pessimistic view against the possibility to continue in your current environment and feeling misunderstood, increasing problems in their immediate environment, significantly affecting their interpersonal relationships and family life. "
enough arguments, understand the labor court to demonstrate a clear burnout syndrome and grant a permanent total disability.
Bullying
After five years of sick leave and, as explained in the text of the judgment, having fought against attitudes that are defined as "harassment" by the hospital management and to "the proven existence of a wear maintained over time that had been sapping his personal defense mechanisms, with added impact on your life, outside the strictly work "areas, the judge has decided to recognize the total permanent disability this health professional.

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