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Newsletter 3/2021

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Hybrid work may relieve increasing rates of boredom in remote work

Employees are growing tired of remote work, whereas in-office work engagement and work ability have decreased due to the prolonged pandemic. Hybrid forms of work may bring relief during the exceptional circumstances of work life.

These findings are from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health’s ‘Miten Suomi voi?’ (How is Finland?) study, which monitors developments in well-being at work during the pandemic.  


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In Finland, more than 40 platform companies act as employment agencies

FIOH has compiled a list of Finnish platform companies and their industries in the Work-Life Knowledge online service. The listing shows that the platform economy offers many types of work, from transport services to specialist tasks. More information on platform work is needed in research, business and societal decision-making.

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Online training: Occupational Safety for Supervisors

Supervisors are responsible for the occupational safety of their organization and need orientation, competence and tools that support them in their work.

The online training introduces you the statutory safety responsibilities through practical examples and gives a good basis for promoting occupational safety.

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Congress on Safety and Health at Work

The XXII World Congress on Safety and Health at Work 2021 will be organized virtually on 20–23 September in Toronto, Canada. Welcome to see the presentations of FIOH experts and meet us on our Virtual Exhibition Stand.

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Recovery from work – online coaching

Online coaching motivates employees to live healthily at work and in their own lives, which has a positive effect on recovery from work, work ability and occupational safety. A recovered employee has the energy to do their job well and live a full and balanced life.

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