Part 4 of the series "Mental Health at the Workplace" aims at entrepreneurs and executives who, for various reasons, have decided to deal with the subject of "mental workload and strains" and who wish to contribute towards the health of their employees. There can be different motives for dealing with "mental workload":
In a first step you would like to gather an overview, initially without expert consultation (for orientation) of the influences that have a mental effect on your employees. You would like to begin immediately. However, you are still unsure on how to proceed.
This brochure introduces you to a selection of orientating procedures from Austria, Switzerland and Germany, which are successfully applied in the respective countries.
As experience shows, it does not suffice to know the procedures, the authors would like to guide you through the steps, beginning with the planning of an analysis to a feedback of results.
Further, the matter of how to deduct measures from the results obtained and for which specific cases experts should be consulted will be discussed.
1st Edition, August 2004, 68 pages