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About the project

On this site you can find information about the project GEAR for Changes in all three project partners languages - english, slovenian and croatian.

Gear for Changes Key Messages

Gear for Changes will improve health and well-being at work!

By exchanging knowledge, experiences and good practices, preparing programmes and guide for managers and social partners to prevent and treat the health problems of workers faced with restructuring within  transnational network experts, advisers, OSH/HW and HR managers from enterprises, trainers and social partners will create new holistic policies, measures and programmes to encourage organisations and enterprises to incorporate individual and organisational health in the restructuring process in all three partner countries.

Gear for Changes will raise awareness on health and well-being at work!

By disseminating GEAR for CHANGES project' results through different events and by active involvement of key stakeholders representatives of companies and HW experts from partners counties to GEAR activities, awareness on health and wellbeing at work are raising as well as mainstreamed to companies, local / regional / national and EU health and wellbeing policies and programmes.

Gear for Changes will strengthen capacities of managers and trade unions representatives!

By training line/middle managers and trade unions representatives arel building competences of stress factors, resistance to change, and became aware on importance of supporting employees career and skills development, communication prior and during restructuring and assure “justice and trust environment” for employees during restructuring. 



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