FSD3703 Strategic Management of Work Ability and Occupational Healthcare: Personnel Management 2018

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career, job satisfaction, occupational life, occupational safety, personnel, personnel management, personnel policy, public sector, working conditions


The study examined how the working capacity and careers of the personnel of public sector organizations can be supported through management and in cooperation with occupational health care.

First, the survey asked about the organizations' human resources strategies and objectives related to human resources management. In addition, the respondents were asked how organizations anticipate to different topic areas related to personnel management and working ability and their impact on well-being at work and on personnel in general. The respondents were also asked how organizations deal with and monitor performance and well-being at work.

Further questions were then asked about measures to support work ability and careers. Also, the respondents' views about the arrangement and functioning of occupational health care was asked. In relation to occupational health care, general assessments of the state of occupational health care from an organizational point of view was asked, as well as questions about the successes of occupational health care.

Next, respondents were asked to assess from different perspectives the promotion and support of the employees' working ability in cooperation with occupational health care. Finally, the respondents were asked about different types of active support for working ability, such as early and enhanced support, and their assessment of these through different statements.

Background variables included the respondent's job title and whether or not the respondent is a member of a management team.

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