7th International Conference
«Work and Health»

The conference seeks to explore the specific focal topics «Work and Emotions» and «Current Challenges» in the context of «Work and Health». The conference will take place February 10/11, 2022 at the School of Social Work, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, in Olten.

Emotions are expressed as feelings, flow into modes of behavior, and are manifested in posture and body movement as well as in changes in the body. They are specific reactions by an individu-al, bound up with corresponding opinions or evaluations, that are expressed in cultural and social relations. Emotions also have an important meaning in the world of work because they make it possible to recognize, beyond what is said in discourse, further meanings connected with work activity. Globalization, digitalization, and demographic change are currently perceived as central characteristics of a fundamental ongoing transformation in today’s society. They play an important role in the transformation of work worlds, through which new challenges arise for firms, organiza-tions, and their employees, likewise in the field of action «Work and Health». In the framework of this international conference, various facets of the focal topic «Work and Emotions» as well as questions regarding «Current Challenges» and developments in the context of «Work and Health» will be discussed.

Conference organizer

FHNW School of Social Work, Olten

FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Von Roll-Strasse 10
CH – 4600 Olten

Telefon:+41 84 882 10 11E-Mail:Mehr Infos zum Standort

Responsible for organization

  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Geisen

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Geisen

    Lecturer, Institute for Integration and Participation, FHNW School of Social Work
  • Benedikt Hassler, MA

    Dr. des. Benedikt Hassler

    Research assistant, Institute for Integration and Participation, FHNW School of Social Work
  • Lea Widmer, MA

    Lea Widmer, MA

    Research assistant, Institute for Integration and Participation, FHNW School of Social Work
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