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Intervention for health-promoting dealing with flexible forms of work regarding place and time of employees and teams in organizations

Project number: F 2454 Institution: Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) Status: Ongoing Project Planned end: 2022-09-30

Description:

Flexible forms of work regarding place and time can blur boundaries between different areas of life such as work and private life, and there is a danger of insufficient recovery, emotional exhaustion, and less satisfaction with one's work-life balance.

In order to ensure a balance between stress and recovery and to take advantage of the opportunities of flexible forms of work regarding place and time, the project "Intervention for health-promoting dealing with flexible forms of work regarding place and time of employees and teams in organizations" aims to develop resource-oriented interventions for employees and teams with their supervisors to improve dealing with the challenges of flexible forms of work regarding place and time.

On an individual level, interventions to promote personal resources (e.g., self-organization) should enable better segmentation (or integration) of areas of life. Following a holistic approach, workshops for teams with their supervisors, in which they can develop participatory strategies for dealing with flexible forms of work regarding place and time will also be designed. Organizational framework conditions and rules as well as legal requirements are taken into account.

The interventions will be designed on the basis of evidence and systematically evaluated. The findings from the evaluations will be made available to the public and the scientific community in the form of scientific reports as well as peer-reviewed papers and presentations at conferences.

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