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Instructions for forum Health and wellbeing at work

»Welcome to e-forum on Health and wellbeing at work, as the part of the Progress project “Get Employees aware and ready for changes”. Here you can learn and discuss about health and wellbeing at work related issues and practices, especially those related to time of restructuring and changes. Forum serves as a framework for identifying and disseminating good practice, exchange experiences and opinions with and among companies, social partners (trade unions, representatives of employers), experts, HR and heath and wellbeing advisers and practitioners as well as with and among stakeholders and decision makers.

To be eligible for posting/uploading, you have to be a registered user (first registration and following logins you do after entering the e-forum category).

Following you can find the instructions for using the e-forum:

• The debate may be included in the unlocked forums in this category Health friendly Restructing, forums Restructuring & Health and Sharing good practicies
• The introduction of the contribution we start by clicking the button "New topic"
• Opens a window for entering text
• Enter the subject of debate·
• The larger input box (Message) enter the text you want, which may be edit the same way as in other word processors
• You can also add attachments as follows:··images (jpg, gif, png format - max 800x800) and text (pdf, txt, rtf format)
• the introduction of its contribution finish to confirm it by clicking Submit

 

 
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