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DigiWorkWell Newsletter #1
The post pandemic world provides many employees with new and more flexible options on where, when and how they work. The DigiWorkWell Project seeks to support the benefits of this, whilst helping to address the potential negative impacts. The Newsletter contains links to specific aspects of the project.
You can get more information about the project at DigiWorkWell webpage and access its first output The DigiWorkWell business case.
We still need your support!
We need your help for gathering insights on how to improve the Mental Health at Work Platform.
If you are an employer, manager, HR or OHS professional, we would like to involve you in a 50-min. online individual interview via MS Teams in which we will ask you to try out the functionalities of the platform with us and tell us your experience.
We have no special requests for you before attending the interview. However, as the platform’s language is English, it is very important for us that you feel comfortable communicating with us in English. Nevertheless, if you speak Spanish, we might have the possibility to conduct the interview in Spanish through a Spanish partner of us.
If you think you can be available, please indicate your e-mail address and favourite date and time at the following link:
Please, only pick few favourite time slots to allow other participants choose alternatives, since each time slot will be removed when it hits a 1-participant limit.
Then, we will contact you again to send you the link to the online interview.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more information or need for clarification.
Davide Giusino email@example.com
Become a member
All organisations or persons, being personally or professionally interested or involved in the field of health at work, can become a member of ENWHP.
ENWHP facilitates the cross - border exchange of information and the dissemination of good workplace health practice in Europe.
Join us NOW and access to the benefits of networking with peers, participate in policy development, be up to date on the latest research and practice, improve your career development and have free access to new guidelines and recommendations.