STAY OK: Rethinking wellbeing at workplaces in the EU SMEs

New Erasmus+ Project Launched at Munich Business School!

On December 15th, 2023, the kick-off meeting of the STAY OK project took place, hosted by Exeo Lab Srl in Potenza, Italy.

This exciting initiative targets leaders of micro-enterprises in the professional and consulting services sector. Its aims to enhance their attractiveness in the labor market and combat the trend of the great resignation by improving the approach to workplace well-being.

The project’s objective is to assist these leaders in formulating and implementing activities that foster workplace well-being.

Munich Business School is actively collaborating with international partners on this project. Alongside Exeo Lab Srl, the project involves the Maltese Italian Chamber of Commerce, Gestión Estratégica e Innovación (Spain), We Are Entrepreneurs (Denmark), and Brainplus (Austria).

While many studies on workplace well-being tend to focus on larger organizations, the STAY OK project recognizes the unique context of smaller businesses. In the initial phase, the STAY OK team is conducting interviews with owners, leaders, and managers of micro-enterprises that provide intellectual services such as consultancy and education.

STAY OK is an EU-funded project

These interviews aim to compile valuable insights into the leaders’ experiences with workplace well-being and the challenges they encounter. Since the kick-off event, the project partners have been diligently working on a scientific study to create the proposed course materials.

Upcoming Webinar: In April 2024, Munich Business School will host a webinar to share the research findings from the project. Stay tuned for updates and join us in rethinking wellbeing in EU SMEs!