Health at work

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Professional conflict management

Description

In September 2010, the University of Innsbruck has concluded an operating agreement regarding conflict management. This agreement offers guidelines for coping with conflicts to both managers and staff.

Additionally, Personnel Development offers mediation for conflict parties and coaching for supervisors.

Please find details at:
http://www.uibk.ac.at/personalentwicklung/mediation/
https://www.uibk.ac.at/personalentwicklung/fuehrungskraefte/fkcoaching/

For whom?

  • All employees

Contact

  • Mag. Isabella Göschl, Head of Personnel Development


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Addiction support approach

Description

According to studies, approximately 5% of all employees are addicted to alcohol or other addictive substances; an additional 10% of them are threatened by addiction.

The University of Innsbruck regards addiction as an illness and aims to support the concerned in finding a way out of the addiction.

The University of Innsbruck offers an intervention program, which provides guidelines for managerial personnel and information on how to cope with addiction to those afflicted and their colleagues.

For whom?

  • All employees

Contact

  • Dr. Elisabeth Steiner, Occupational Physician of the University of Innsbruck


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Health on the workplace

Description

According to the slogan uni innsbruck|be on the ball!, the university implements a holistic university health management with the goal of strengthening health resources and reduce stress. Health and well-being of employees shall be fostered in a sustainable way. Further, an according organizational culture shall be created and employees shall be motivated to conduct a health-aware behavior. The five pillars  of health management are: work medicine, work safety and ergonomics, healthy working world, individual health fostering and psychological health in the working world.

For whom?

  • All employees

Contact

  • Dr. Elisabeth Steiner, Occupational Physician of the University of Innsbruck
  • Mag. Isabella Göschl, Head of Personnel Development

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