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6th International Conference on Wellbeing at Work: Wellbeing in hectic times

13 - 15 June 2022

Online conference

PROGRAMME

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All times are indicated in CET (Central European Time)

 Monday, 13 June 2022

09:00 – 09:10

Opening of the Conference

 

09:10 – 09:50

Conference Keynote: Living, Working and COVID-19: findings from Eurofound’s e-survey on work and wellbeing following the COVID-19 pandemic

Daphne Nathalie Ahrendt, Eurofound

 

09:50 – 10:05

Break/Networking activities

 

10:05 – 11:35

Parallel sessions

 

 

LOCAL AND GLOBAL PANDEMIC CHANGES IN WORK PRACTICE I

Chairperson: Zofia Mockałło, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

10:05 – 10:20

The work environment during corona virus epidemics and pandemics: A systematic review of studies using quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods designs

Anna Nyberg1, Kristiina Rajaleid2, Ingrid Demmelmaier2

1Uppsala University, Sweden; 2Stockholm University, Sweden

WAW167

10:20 – 10:35

OSH in Pandemic Times

Sónia P. Gonçalves1, Emília Telo2, Daniela Filipa Parrinha Freitas2, Isabel Maria Caldeira Nunes2, Joana Vieira dos Santos3, Maria Patrício2, Paula Cristina Oliveira de Sousa2, Rui Miguel Ivo Lopes2

1ISCSP-ULisboa, Portugal; 2ACT, Portugal; 3Universidade do Algarve, Portugal

WAW135

10:35 – 10:50

Areas of enduring COVID-19 prevalence: work-related influences

Cath Lewis1, Sheena Johnson1, Angelique Hartwig1, Anna Coleman1, Nicola Gartland1, Janet Ubido1, Amit Goakar2, David Fishwick3 4, Chris Armitage1, Eleanor Roaf1, Martyn Regan1, Andrew Curran5, Arpana Verma1, Martie Van Tongeren1

1University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 2Rochdale Borough Council, United Kingdom; 3STH NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom; 4University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 5Health and Safety Executive, United Kingdom

WAW136

10:50 – 11:05

Qualitative research in hectic times. Our methodological experience of a deep dive into public transport provision during the COVID 19 pandemic

David Fishwick1, Karen Davies2, Anna Coleman2, Nicola Gartland2, Martie Van Tongeren2

1Health and Safety Executive, United Kingdom; 2University of Manchester, United Kingdom

WAW144

11:05 – 11:20

The impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on the working conditions of Icelandic municipal employees

Hjordis Sigursteinsdottir, University of Akureyri, Iceland

WAW180

11:20 – 11:35

Questions & answers

 

 

INTERVENTION RESEARCH

Chairperson: Ed Corbett, Health and Safety Executive, United Kingdom

10:05 – 10:20

“The right to disconnect”: An intervention study to examine the effect of constant connectivity through work-emails on work-life balance, recovery, burnout and performance

Lina Siegl, Sharon Clarke, Cary Cooper, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

WAW109

10:20 – 10:35

Acts of self-compassion: Mindfulness-trained female leaders’ experiences of the development of self-compassionate mindset and behaviour

Laura Urrila, University of Vaasa, Finland

WAW120

10:35 – 10:50

Participatory methods in intervention research: a case study in Italy

Sara Calicchia1, Roberta Pistagni1, Francesca Grosso1, Chiara Colagiacomo1, Eleonora Picco2, Chiara Manco2, Massimo Miglioretti2, Stefano Signorini1, Bruno Papaleo1

1INAIL, Italy; 2University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy

WAW133

10:50 – 11:05

Process evaluation of a work stress prevention approach in primary education using real-time monitoring

Maartje Bakhuys Roozeboom1 2 3, Irene Niks1, Marianne van Zwieten1, Roos Schelvis3, Noortje Wiezer1, Cécile Boot2 3

1Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands; 2VU University, the Netherlands; 3Amsterdam UMC, the Netherlands

WAW114

11:05 – 11:20

Employee perceptions of well-being interventions in the workplace

Magdalena Gilek, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom

WAW153

11:20 – 11:35

Questions & answers

 

 

WORKPLACE HEALTH PROMOTION

Chairperson: Annette Nylund, Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise, Sweden

10:05 – 10:20

A systematic approach to tailor an integrated workplace health promotion program based on a European good practice

Denise J.M. Smit1, Sandra H. van Oostrom1, Josephine A. Engels2, Allard J. van der Beek3, Karin I. Proper1 3

1Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the Netherlands; 2HAN University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands; 3Amsterdam UMC, the Netherlands

WAW106

10:20 – 10:35

Barriers and Facilitators for the Implementation of Workplace Health Promotion Programs – an employers’ perspective

Denise J.M. Smit1, Jennifer M.D. Campmans1, Sandra H. van Oostrom1, Josephine A. Engels2, Karin I. Proper1 3

1Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the Netherlands; 2HAN University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands; 3Amsterdam UMC, the Netherlands

WAW169

10:35 – 10:50

A Workplace Program to Promote Healthy Lifestyles in Microenterprises: Challenges and Results

Roberto Moretti1, Giuseppe Masanotti2

1ATS Bergamo, Italy; 2ENWHP - University of Perugia, Italy

WAW139

10:50 – 11:05

“I got back on the bike and lost 3 kilos!” - Gains from participation in the corporate challenges using health&fitness app

Monika Sońta1, Jacek Mańko1, Igor Pielas2, Dorota Matuła2

1Kozminski University, Poland; 2Activy App, Poland

WAW116

11:05 – 11:20

Musculoskeletal disease prevention: physical exercise programs at the workplace

Mª Dolores Solé Gómez, Instituto Nacional de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (INSST), Spain

WAW162

11:20 – 11:35

Questions & answers

 

11:35 – 12:05

POSTER SESSION I

Psychological, organizational, and technological factors influencing optimal use of Electronic Health Records for end users in hospitals.

Inge Marcelissen1, Annet de Lange1 2 3 4 5, Maitta Spronken1, Joris van Ruysseveldt1, Jol Stoffers1 6, Rogier van de Wetering1

1Open University, the Netherlands; 2HAN University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands; 3Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway; 4University of Stavanger, Norway; 5Universidade da Coruna, Spain; 6Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

WAW104

Psychometric properties of the Psychological Capital Questionnaire (KKaPsy)

Agnieszka Lipińska-Grobelny, Olga Zwardoń-Kuchciak, University of Lodz, Poland

WAW107

Wellbeing at work in the current hectic times: Reports from the field: Hectic changes in working practices during the current COVID-19 pandemic and their potential effects observed by a psychologist

Eliane Garnier-Daujard, CENOLIA PORTAGE, France

WAW108

Optimally designing hybrid working: what are the consequences of hybrid working on well-being, productivity and creativity (a literature review)

Amber Vernooij, Carlijn Brouwer, Karen Oude Hengel, Lidewij Renaud, Noortje Wiezer, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

WAW119

Not hectic enough – “I want to go back to a busy train”: Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on perceptions of safety and wellbeing of employees in the public transport sector

Nicola Gartland, Anna Coleman, Chris Armitage, David Fishwick, Sheena Johnson, Cath Lewis, Martie van Tongeren, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

WAW140

Physical activity at work and leisure among hybrid workers

Tuija Leskinen, Kristin Suorsa, Katja Pahkala, Sari Stenholm, University of Turku, Finland

WAW143

Well-being at work for workers facing to rapid changes of working styles – from a viewpoint of occupational safety field

Rieko Hojo1, Yuka Koremura2, Chiemi Kan3, Shoken Shimizu3

1Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; 2Ballast, Japan; 3National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (JNIOSH), Japan

WAW149

PerfectFit@Night, a workplace health promotion program to improve sleep, fatigue, and recovery of night shift workers in the healthcare sector: the development and design of the study

Fleur van Elk1, Suzan JW Robroek1, Sonja Smits-de Boer1, Tessa A Kouwenhoven-Pasmooij2, Alex Burdorf1, Karen M Oude Hengel1 3

1Erasmus University Medical Center, the Netherlands; 2VitAll, the Netherlands; 3Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

WAW156

A quantitative study on the impact of Covid-19 on the working life of new graduate engineers, architects, and urban planners in Turkey

Ebru Isikli, Ayca Yilmaz Deniz, University College Dublin, Ireland

WAW158

 

Mental health promotion in SMEs: community assets

Maria Dolores Solé Gómez, Instituto Nacional de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (INSST), Spain

WAW161

The transformation of work practices of the Occupational Health Physician during Covid-19 pandemic

Angela Bagnato, Sara Calicchia, Maria Rosaria Marchetti, Bruno Papaleo, INAIL, Italy

WAW171

Detection and treatment of occupational burnout in Switzerland

Ekaterina Plys1, Muaamar Al-Gobari1, Solenne Blanc1, Nadia Droz2, Yara Shoman1, Olivier Talpain3, Anny Wahlen2, Irina Guseva Canu1

1Center for Primary Care and Public Health (Unisanté), Switzerland; 2Psy4work, Switzerland; 3Institute of Humanities in Medicine, Switzerland

WAW181

How common is occupational burnout in a country with no official recognition, such as Switzerland? A literature review and a cross-sectional analysis from STOBS-VD

Muaamar Al-Gobari, Yara Shoman, Solenne Blanc, Irina Guseva Canu, Center for Primary Care and Public Health (Unisanté), Switzerland

WAW204

Workplace cyberbullying and mental health: The moderating role of emotion regulation strategies

Magdalena Warszewska-Makuch, Central Institute of Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

WAW205

An online intervention to enhance psychological capital in ageing employees

Zofia Mockałło, Aleksandra Stachura-Krzyształowicz, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

WAW207

iWorkHealth – fostering mental wellbeing and resilience at the workplace

Esther Chong1, Karen Seah1, Gayatri Aruchunan1, Ong Peh Woon2, Jasper Ong2

1 Workplace Safety and Health Institute, Singapore;  Workplace Safety and Health Council, Singapore

WAW210

12:05 – 13:00

Break

 

13:00 – 13:40

Conference Keynote: Enhancing mental capital and wellbeing at work

Professor Sir Cary Cooper, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

 

13:40 – 14:55

Parallel sessions

 

 

BURNOUT

Chairperson: Ed Corbett, Health and Safety Executive, United Kingdom

13:40 – 13:55

Does Effort-Reward Imbalance predict occupational burnout? Findings from the prospective COLAUS¦PSYCOLAUS cohort (2004-2020)

Yara Shoman1, Ranjbar Setareh2, Marie-Pierre Strippoli2, Martin Preisig2, Irina Guseva Canu1

1Unisanté, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2CHUV, Switzerland

WAW190

13:55 – 14:10

Three-Wave Cross-Lagged Study on the Health Impairment Process among Polish Human Service Workers

Łukasz Baka, Łukasz Kapica, Andrzej Najmiec, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

WAW209

14:10 – 14:25

What factors influence worker’s exhaustion? A meta-analysis of longitudinal studies

Yara Shoman1, Valentin Rousson1, Renzo Bianchi2, Irina Guseva Canu1

1Unisanté, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

WAW191

14:25 – 14:40

Burnout in Polish lawyers - latent profile analysis

Teresa Chirkowska-Smolak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

WAW188

14:40 – 14:55

Questions & answers

 

 

NEW MEASURES OF WELLBEING

Chairperson: Irina Guseva Canu, Unisanté, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

13:40 – 13:55

Well-being of workers at construction sites in Japan – A preliminary survey for evaluating validity of well-being scales

Chiemi Kan1, Yuka Koremura2, Shoken Shimizu1, Rieko Hojo3

1JNIOSH, Japan; 2Ballast, Japan; 3Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

WAW150

13:55 – 14:10

NIOSH Worker Well-Being Questionnaire (WellBQ)

Chia-Chia Chang1, Ramya Chari2, Steven L. Sauter3, Elizabeth L. Petrun Sayers2, Wenjing Huang2, Gwenith G. Fisher4 5

1National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), USA; 2RAND Corporation, USA; 3Advanced Technologies and Laboratories International, Inc, USA; 4Colorado State University, USA; 5Colorado School of Public Health, USA

WAW197

14:10 – 14:25

Thriving from Work: the development of a novel measure of work-related wellbeing

Susan E Peters1, Daniel A Gundersen2, Glorian Sorensen1, Gregory R Wagner1

1Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, USA; 2Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, USA

WAW163

14:25 – 14:40

An innovative application in the method of System Dynamics that captures relative changes in determinants of workplace wellbeing to develop more personalized interventions

Teun Sluijs, Sebastiaan Deuten, Irene Niks, Marianne van Zwieten, Heleen Wortelboer, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

WAW172

14:40 – 14:55

Questions & answers

 

 

HEALTH IMPAIRMENTS AND DISABILITY

Chairperson: Vincent Grosjean, Institut national de recherche et de sécurité (INRS), France

13:40 – 13:55

Work ability and sick leave among teachers with hearing loss

Arnold Schriemer1 2, Ute Bültmann2, Femke Abma2, Corné Roelen1 2

1Arbo Unie the Netherlands; 2University of Groningen, the Netherlands

WAW170

13:55 – 14:10

Job demands, resources, coping strategies and impression management for workers on the autistic spectrum:
A qualitative study

Leah R. Derham-Boyce, Sheffield University Management School, United Kingdom

WAW193

14:10 – 14:25

The influence of the onset of a disease on exit from paid employment among workers in The Netherlands: A longitudinal register-based study with 9 years follow-up

Ross W. Hijdra, S.J.W. Robroek, A. Burdorf, M. Schuring, Erasmus MC, the Netherlands

WAW145

14:25 – 14:40

Does a multidisciplinary intervention, with or without workplace intervention, have an impact on pain, functional status and return to work in employees suffering from (sub)acute low back pain? A systematic review

Lisa Bernaers1, Elise Cnockaert1, Lutgart Braeckman1, Philippe Mairiaux2, Olivier Poot3, Tine Marieke Willems1

1Ghent University, Belgium; 2University of Liège, Belgium; 3Federal Agency of Occupational Risks, Belgium

WAW105

14:40 – 14:55

Questions & answers

 

14:55 – 15:10

Break

 

15:10 – 16:40

SYMPOSIUM: HEALTHY WORKPLACES AS A PATHWAY THROUGH HECTIC TIMES

Co-Moderators: Cristina Banks and Christina Maslach, University of California, USA

 

 

Important Organizational Features for Health, Well-Being and Productivity

Siw Tone Innstrand1, Ragnhild Wiik2, Cristina Maslach3, Marit Christensen1, Cristina Banks3

1NTNU Norway; 2BI Stavanger, Norway; 3University of California, USA

WAW211

 

The Physical Environment Role in Healthy Workplaces

Sally Augustin, University of California, USA

WAW212

 

Antidotes to the Great Resignation

L. Alan Witt1, Cristina Banks2

1University of Houston, USA; 2University of California, USA

WAW213

 

The Burnout Challenge: Improving the Relationship Between Workers and the Workplace

Christina Maslach1, Michael P. Leiter2

1University of California, USA; 2Acadia University, Canada

WAW214

16:40 – 16:45

Closing day 1

 

Tuesday, 14 June 2022

09:00 – 09:40

Conference Keynote: Industry 5.0: a viable strategy for well-being at work in hectic times?

Professor Steven Dhondt, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO and KU Leuven, the Netherlands

 

09:40 – 11:10

SYMPOSIUM: WORKPLACE INNOVATION FOR WELLBEING IN TIMES OF DIGITAL TRANSITION

Moderator: Frank Pot, Radboud University, the Netherlands

 

 

Workplace innovation, smartization, and wellbeing: focused on industrial accidents in manufacturing industry

Se Ri No1, Yongjin Nho2

1Korea Labor Institute, South Korea; 2Seoul National University of Science and Technology, South Korea

WAW215

 

Augmented telework with avatar technology: Impact on workplace and required actions

Kentaro Watanabe, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

WAW216

 

Work design and wellbeing in the context of digital change

Sharon Parker, Curtin University, Australia

WAW217

 

Divergence or convergence in management approaches of workplace innovation?

Peter Oeij, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

WAW218

 

Digital transformations of traditional work in the Nordic countries

Tuomo Alasoini, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

WAW219

11:10 – 11:25

Break/Networking activities

 

11:25 – 12:40

Parallel sessions

 

 

PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS

Chairperson: Joanna Orysiak, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

11:25 – 11:40

Reduction of thermal stress for improvement of construction workers well-being

Anna Dąbrowska1, Monika Kobus1, Piotr Dymarski2

1Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland; 2MOSTOSTAL Warszawa S.A., Poland

WAW187

11:40 – 11:55

The technological evolution of buses and its impact on the drivers‘ health and wellbeing

Viviane Remy, David Vernez, Irina Guseva Canu, Unisanté, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

WAW183

11:55 – 12:10

Relationship between different profiles of Night/Shift work exposure and Health-Related Quality of Life

Maud Gédor1, Eve Bourgkard1, Mathieu Dziurla1, Céline Ribet2, Guy Hédelin1, Stephanie Boini1

1Institut national de recherche et de sécurité (INRS), France; 2Inserm, France

WAW122

12:10 – 12:25

Questions & answers

 

 

PSYCHOSOCIAL WORKING CONDITIONS I

Chairperson: Zofia Mockałło, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

11:25 – 11:40

Can psychosocial job resources buffer the relation between occupational physical activity and heart rate variability?

Margo Ketels, Alisé Tack, Els Clays, Ghent University, Belgium

WAW130

11:40 – 11:55

Cognitive job demands in three sectors – commonalities and disparities

Laura Bordi, Sanna Nuutinen, Kirsi Heikkilä-Tammi, Tampere University, Finland

WAW146

11:55 – 12:10

A Bayesian network analysis of psychosocial work environment conditions in COVID-19 scenario

Igor Portoghese, Federico Meloni, Marcello Campagna, University of Cagliari, Italy

WAW123

12:10 – 12:25

Motivation profiles in supporting teachers’ wellbeing and brain health

Päivi Mayor, Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland

WAW202

12:25 – 12:40

Questions & answers

 

12:40 – 13:10

POSTER SESSION II

Who cares? Gender differences in unpaid care work and well-being during the corona pandemic

Svenja Adamek, Corinna Brauner, Manuel Keller, Peter Krauss-Hoffmann, Landesinstitut für Arbeitsgestaltung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

WAW117

The influence of night shift work and long working hours on sleep and fatigue in hospital healthcare workers in Bulgaria

Irina Cekova, Irina Dimitrova, Ralitsa Stoyanova, Katya Vangelova, National Center of Public Health and Analyses, Bulgaria

WAW118

Potential of workers with disabilities and determinants of its use

Katarzyna Hildt-Ciupińska, Karolina Pawłowska-Cyprysiak, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

WAW129

Ikigai assessment in a western work context

Mégane Sartore1, Stéphanie Buisine2, Ioana Ocnarescu3, Louis-Romain Joly1

1SNCF, Innovation & Research, France; 2LINEACT, CESI, France; 3Strate Research, France

WAW132

Virtual Assistant of work for people with intellectual disability

Karolina Pawłowska-Cyprysiak, Katarzyna Hildt-Ciupińska, Grzegorz Szczepański, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

WAW134

Impact of psychosocial working conditions on wellbeing of hospital nurses and midwives in Bulgaria

Ralitsa Stoyanova, Irina Cekova, Irina Dimitrova, Katya Vangelova, National Center of Public Health and Analyses, Bulgaria

WAW147

Scoping Review: Facilitators and barriers in the return to work of women employees diagnosed with breast cancer

Maria Elena Moreno Atahonero, Jerónimo Maqueda Blasco, Instituto Nacional de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (INSST), Spain

WAW148

Comparison of well-being of workers involving tunnel construction sites between tunnel miners and workers in general construction company

Shoken Shimizu1, Yuka Koremura2, Chiemi Kan1, Rieko Hojo3

1National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (JNIOSH), Japan; 2Ballast, Japan; 3Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

WAW151

 

Work-life Balance among Icelandic municipal employees

Hjördis Sigursteinsdottir, University of Akureyri, Iceland

WAW160

The development over the past decade of a healthy and good working environment - the case of the Swedish business

Annette Nylund, Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise, Sweden

WAW164

Towards an application of the holistic approach in psychological health at work within manufacturing workers: role of work requirements and organizational support

Julie-Andrée Girard, Wassila Merkouche, Louis Bélisle, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada

WAW176

Personal and work-related factors in workplace stress and physical health outcomes: scoping review

Abbie Bailey, Dorien Kooij, Renee de Reuver, Nina Kupper, Tilburg University, the Netherlands

WAW177

Psychosocial work environment: health and well-being – two systematic reviews

Per Lytsy, Emilie Friberg, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

WAW184

From aristocrats to artisans, why and how well-being programmes emerge and evolve differently

Sid McDonnell, University College Dublin, Ireland

WAW192

Does social support matter in the workplace?

Fjóla Björk Karlsdóttir, Hjördís Sigursteinsdóttir, University of Akureyri, Iceland

WAW185

 

Assessment of hand-arm vibration syndrome in Polish workers

Elżbieta Łastowiecka-Moras, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

WAW208

13:10 – 14:10

Break

 

14:10 – 14:50

Conference Keynote: A Life Course Approach to Young adults’ mental health and early working lives

Professor Ute Bültmann, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

 

14:50 – 16:20

Parallel sessions

 

 

LOCAL AND GLOBAL PANDEMIC CHANGES IN WORK PRACTICE II

Chairperson: Noortje Wiezer, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

14:50 – 15:05

Negative Employment Changes during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Well-being in U.S. Workers: Substructures of Intersectional Vulnerability in Happiness and Sleep Quality

Timothy A. Matthews, Jian Li, University of California, USA

WAW179

15:05 – 15:20

Perceived job quality matters: differential trajectories of reported psychosomatic symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic

Inés Tomas, Ana Hernández, Vicente González-Romá, Marija Davcheva, University of Valencia, IDOCAL, Spain

WAW157

15:20 – 15:35

Psychosocial safety climate and organizational measures to reduce psychosocial risks during the COVID-19 pandemic:
An exploratory analysis of human resources advisors of Quebec’s health and social care establishments

Caroline Biron1, Nektaria Nicolakakis2, Mariève Pelletier2, Roxanne Beaupré2, Michel Vézina2 1

1Université Laval, Canada; 2Institut national de santé publique du Québec, Canada

WAW175

15:35 – 15:50

Working from anywhere: Balancing the tension between wellbeing and work engagement during Covid-19

Adesuwa Omorede, Rachael Tripney Berglund, Tomas Backström, Mälardalen University, Sweden

WAW199

15:50 – 16:05

Gendered realities during Covid-19 in Iceland: Compromises among working parents

Valgerður S. Bjarnadóttir1, Andrea Hjálmsdóttir2

1University of Iceland, Iceland; 2University of Akureyri, Iceland

WAW195

16:05 – 16:20

Questions & answers

 

 

INTEGRATED APPROACHES TO WELLBEING

Chairperson: Mª Dolores Solé Gómez, Instituto Nacional de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (INSST), Spain

14:50 – 15:05

Well-Being in the New Era of the World of Work

Sara L. Tamers, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USA

WAW102

15:05 – 15:20

Sustainable employability to innovate the organization of work

Francesca Grosso1, Chiara Colagiacomo1, Roberta Pistagni1, Sara Calicchia1, Stefano Signorini1, Bruno Papaleo1, Massimo Miglioretti2, Eleonora Picco2, Chiara Manco2

1INAIL, Italy; 2Bicocca University of Milan, Italy

WAW110

15:20 – 15:35

Organizational factors linked to good health and well-being: perspectives from Sweden

Petra Lindfors, Stockholm University, Sweden

WAW173

15:35 – 15:50

Providing a safe place to express needs and tensions with drama-based interventions, a way to process to healthier workplaces

Vincent Grosjean, Institut national de recherche et de sécurité (INRS), France

WAW166

15:50 – 16:05

Wellbeing at work and its relationship to contextual performance among IT workers in Covid-19 era

Karin Reinhold, Marina Järvis, Jelena Hartšenko, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

WAW201

16:05 – 16:20

Questions & answers

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

Chairperson: Dorota Żołnierczyk-Zreda, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

14:50 – 15:05

Ethical dilemmas and well-being in teachers’ work: A three-way, two-year longitudinal study

Mikko Heikkilä, Saija Mauno, Mari Herttalampi, Jaana Minkkinen, Joona Muotka, Taru Feldt, Unversity of Jyväskylä, Finland

WAW186

15:05 – 15:20

Growth mindset and life and job satisfaction: the mediatory role of stress

Blanka Kondratowicz, Dorota Godlewska-Werner, Aleksandra Peplińska, University of Gdańsk, Poland

WAW141

15:20 – 15:35

Just-in-time adaptive interventions for dealing with work stress and fatigue

Marianne van Zwieten, Irene Niks, Gerben Hulsegge, Hardy van de Ven, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

WAW115

15:35 – 15:50

In search of effective interventions to reduce mental health problems in the workplace: an overview of systematic reviews and meta-analysis

Annie Barreck, Marie-Ève Blanc, Alain Marchand, University of Montreal, Canada

WAW200

15:50 – 16:05

Effort-reward imbalance at work and risk of major depressive episode: a cohort study in the U.S.

Jian Li, Timothy A. Matthews, University of California, USA

WAW178

16:05 – 16:20

Questions & answers

 

16:20 – 16:25

Closing day 2

 

Wednesday, 15 June 2022

09:00 – 09:40

Conference Keynote: Psychosocial safety climate as a leading indicator of wellbeing at work

Professor Maureen F. Dollard, University of South Australia, Australia

 

09:40 – 11:10

Parallel sessions

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Chairperson: Petra Lindfors, Stockholm University, Sweden

09:40 – 09:55

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on psychosocial work factors and emotional exhaustion among workers in the healthcare sector: a longitudinal study among 1,777 Dutch workers

Fleur van Elk1, Suzan JW Robroek1, Alex Burdorf1, Karen M Oude Hengel1 2

1Erasmus University Medical Center, the Netherlands; 2Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

WAW155

09:55 – 10:10

Vicarious traumatization, mental health, and coping strategies among nurses during COVID-19 outbreak

Maura Galletta1, Vanessa Usai2, IleniaPiras2

1University of Cagliari, Italy; 2ATS Sardegna, Italy

WAW189

10:10 – 10:25

Social support at work and posttraumatic growth during the COVID-19 pandemic: the mediating role of emotional regulation and sensemaking

Marija Davcheva, Ana Hernández, Inés Tomas, Vicente González-Romá, University of Valencia, Spain

WAW174

10:25 – 10:40

Cases of mental crises and psychosocial risk in essential workers

Agata Krasowska, University of Wroclaw, Poland

WAW198

10:40 – 10:55

Risk factors for the presence of a high need for recovery, stress complaints and burnout symptoms during mandatory home work in the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown in university staff

Philippe Kiss, Marc De Meester, Securex Occupational Health Service and Ghent University, Belgium

WAW111

10:55 – 11:10

Questions & answers

 

 

DIVERSITY AND WELLBEING IN DIFFERENT GROUPS

Chairperson: Ina Schöllgen, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA), Germany

09:40 – 09:55

Toward a sustainable working life for all ages – the swAge-model

Kerstin Nilsson, Kristianstad University and Lund University, Sweden

WAW128

09:55 – 10:10

How young adults experience working life: A quest for meaningfulness, work-life balance and person-environment fit

Iris Arends, Karin Veldman, Marieke Haan, Ute Bültmann, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

WAW138

10:10 – 10:25

Work Well-Being in Expats: Investigating Developmental Trajectories of Energy Continuum

Tania Biswas, Liisa Mäkelä, Samu Kemppinen, University of Vaasa, Finland

WAW121

10:25 – 10:40

Team composition matters: how psychosocial demands and team resources affect wellbeing

Katrin Leifels, Rita Zhang, RMIT University, Australia

WAW131

10:40 – 10:55

Multiple job-holders and well-being – intragroup analysis of the phenomenon

Agnieszka Lipińska-Grobelny, University of Łódź, Poland

WAW103

10:55 – 11:10

Questions & answers

 

 

NEW WAYS OF WORKING

Chairperson: Noortje Wiezer, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO, the Netherlands

09:40 – 09:55

‘Building better workplaces’: practices of well-being in self-managing organisations

Riitta-Liisa Larjovuori, Ismo Kinnari, Kirsi Heikkilä-Tammi, Tampere University, Finland

WAW159

09:55 – 10:10

Work organization and working conditions of platform workers: Challenges for safety, health and wellbeing at work

Lena Hünefeld, Sophie-Charlotte Meyer, Nils Backhaus, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Germany

WAW137

10:10 – 10:25

New forms of work, psychosocial working conditions and workers’ wellbeing

Zofia Mockałło, Paulina Barańska, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

WAW206

10:25 – 10:40

Key challenges affecting the mental health of startup founders and entrepreneurs

Christine Ipsen1, Cecilie Willer2, Lolo XinChen3, Maria Karanika-Murray4

1DTU Management, Denmark; 2Today.io, Denmark; 3The World Bank Group, Denmark; 4NTU, United Kingdom

WAW154

10:40 – 10:55

Work well-being in the startup scene from a gender perspective

Katri Pöllänen, University of Helsinki, Finland

WAW 112

10:55 – 11:10

Questions & answers

 

11:10 – 11:25

Break/Networking activities

 

11:25 – 12:15

Nominees for the Young Researcher Award

 

 

“The right to disconnect”: An intervention study to examine the effect of constant connectivity through work-emails on work-life balance, recovery, burnout and performance

Lina Siegl, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

WAW 109

 

Does Effort-Reward Imbalance predict occupational burnout? Findings from the prospective COLAUS¦PSYCOLAUS cohort (2004-2020)

Yara Shoman, Unisanté, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

WAW 190

 

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on psychosocial work factors and emotional exhaustion among workers in the healthcare sector: a longitudinal study among 1,777 Dutch workers

Fleur van Elk, Erasmus University Medical Center, the Netherlands

WAW 155

 

Job demands, resources, coping strategies and impression management for workers on the autistic spectrum: A qualitative study

Leah Derham-Boyce, Sheffield University Management School, United Kingdom

WAW 193

12:15 – 13:30

Parallel sessions

 

 

LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS

Chairperson: Marja Känsälä, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland

12:15 – 12:30

The art of staying in touch – Exploring daily feedback interactions between a leader and a subordinate in remote work

Hilpi Kangas, Johanna Jansson, University of Vaasa, Finland

WAW182

12:30 – 12:45

Leading brainwork: Relationship between supportive supervisor, cognitive strain and wellbeing at work

Liisa Mäkelä1 2, Samu Kemppinen2, Virpi Kalakoski1, Heidi Lahti1, Teppo Valtonen1

1Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland; 2University of Vaasa, Finland

WAW126

12:45 – 13:00

Are CEOs Encouraged to Take Too Much Risk?

Justin Chircop1, Monika Tarsalewska2, Agnieszka Trzeciakiewicz3

1Lancaster University Management School, United Kingdom; 2University of Exeter Business School, United Kingdom; 3Hull University Business School, United Kingdom

WAW113

13:00 – 13:15

A healthy and good working environment drives technical innovation and productivity

Annette Nylund1 2 3, Matti Kaulio2, Hans-Olof Hagén

1Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise, Sweden; 2KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Industrial Economics and Management Sweden; 3Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

WAW165

13:15 – 13:30

Questions & answers

 

 

PSYCHOSOCIAL WORKING CONDITIONS II

Chairperson: Barbara Huber, AUVA, Austria

12:15 – 12:30

Supporting Healthcare Teams using Psychosocial Risk Management Interventions

Carroll Nodlaig, Health Service Executive, Ireland

WAW203

12:30 – 12:45

The ratification of the ILO Convention no. 190: An opportunity to tackle psychosocial risks

Loïc Lerouge, University of Bordeaux, France

WAW124

12:45 – 13:00

Identifying antecedents and outcomes of employee well-being and its implications during Covid times

Shipra Pandey, Jayashree Mahesh, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India

WAW196

13:00 – 13:15

The role of psychosocial work characteristics on mental well-being in different groups of workers from an Italian survey on health and safety at work

Cristina Di Tecco1, Simone Russo1, Matteo Ronchetti1, Diana Gagliardi1, Sergio Iavicoli2

1INAIL, Italy; 2Ministry of Health, Italy

WAW194

13:15 – 13:30

Questions & answers

 

13:30 – 14:00

Break

 

14:00 – 14:40

Conference Keynote: Working hours, shift work and health

Professor Mikko Härmä, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland

 

14:40 – 14:50

Closing of the Conference