13 posts found(page 1 of 2)
There is a great need for knowledge about the factors behind a sustainable and healthy working life. The Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise (SAWEE) has therefore conducted analyses based on newly collected data from the Swedish business sector on a healthy and good work environment.
Read or download our literature review on artificial intelligence, robotisation and the work environment.
The government tasked the Swedish Work Environment Authority and the Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise, in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Sweden and the Swedish Social Insurance Agency, with reviewing organizational-level factors that promote healthy working conditions and their long-term development.
The purpose of these guidelines is to provide a framework for supporting employers’ work to prevent, remedy and follow up victimization and bullying, based on research and evidence-based practice.
The purpose of this report is to provide a snapshot of health and safety measures applied by companies in Sweden during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, with a focus on the industries to which the companies belong.
In December 2020 the government tasked the Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise with mapping and analysing the conditions surrounding working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This report is based on a literature review of current research in the area of working life studies, focusing on organization of work.
This report contains two systematic literature reviews that bring together existing knowledge in the form of previously published systematic reviews. The report is intended to provide knowledge in relation to the question of what creates healthy, vital workplaces.
This report presents a literature review of research on the importance of leadership for employee health and well-being.