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CONFERENCE APP IS NOW AVAILABLE

The app contains everything you need to know about the conference, such as the scientific and social programme and the latest news.

Easily compose your personal programme, add notes to sessions, presentations, persons, and more.

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LUNCHMEETINGS

Food for thought? Join the lunchmeetings! On Monday the Dutch Focal Point will screen the award winning movie “Automatic Fitness” and discuss the effects of technology on wellbeing. On Tuesday the Perosh group ‘Wellbeing and Work’ organizes a lunch- and network meeting for all participants that work at an institute that is a member of the Perosh-network.

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ROUTE & ACCESSIBILITY CONFERENCE VENUE

The Wellbeing at Work conference will be held in Casa 400, which is situated on the edge of Amsterdam city centre, making it perfectly accessible by public transport.

Click here for more information on route by public transport and car, and parking facilities at Casa 400.

 
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Curious to the final programme?

We are happy to announce that the conference programme is now final. With participants from 33 countries, it promises to be an inspiring conference.

We're looking forward to meet you in Amsterdam from May 29
to June 1!

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Coming soon: conference app

The scientific and social programme easily within reach on your smartphone or tablet? In May we will launch the Wellbeing at Work conference app. The app will also contain the latest conference news.

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Still some places available for conference dinner

Enjoy good company and conversation over a scrumptious three-course dinner and party surrounded by the breathtaking 360° views of Amsterdam at Level Eleven.

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Just a reminder that the early bird registration for 2016 Wellbeing at Work is approaching fast: March 15. REGISTER NOW 

Looking for innovative interventions in the workplace?

Come and experience what Serious Gaming can contribute to wellbeing at work during the opening speech of Michael Bas, Chief Executive Officer of RANJ, one of the largest game developers in the Netherlands.

Afterwards, you will have every opportunity to network and to talk to your colleagues at our Welcome Reception.

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What's all about

The world of work is changing. Demands are changing, working conditions are changing, workers are changing. All these changes effect workers’ wellbeing and health. Technological and social innovations pose additional challenges but create opportunities at the same time. This conference will provide an interdisciplinary platform to inspire all visitors.

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Registration is now open for Wellbeing@Work, the fourth international conference to get the newest insights into the wellbeing of workers in the changing world of work. REGISTER NOW 

Keynote Speakers

The organization is proud to announce that all keynote speakers confirmed to present their latest insights at the conference:

  • Prof. Anthony D. LaMontagne
  • Prof. Peter-Paul Verbeek
  • Sari Stenholm PhD
  • Prof. Hans De Witte
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Experience Amsterdam

In addition to the world-famous historic Canal Ring, Amsterdam's City Centre district hosts renowned museums, charming and high-end shopping areas, fantastic culture and entertainment.

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Last call for abstract submission! Submit your abstract on one of the broad conference themes on December 1st the latest. SUBMIT ABSTRACT 

Last call for abstracts

Submit your abstract on worker health (e.g. vitality, demographic changes, mental health), methodology (e.g. health impact evaluations, Big Data, new research designs), organizational and workplace factors (e.g. flexible arrangements, restructuring and well-being, physical work environment), or interventions (e.g. organizational, behavioral and technical interventions at work). December first is the last opportunity to submit.

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Keynote SUPPORTING HEALTH WITH TECHNOLOGY

Those of you who got a little nervous after reading Dave Eggers’ bestselling novel “The Circle”, should definitely come and listen to the keynote by Dutch professor of Philosophy of Technology, Peter-Paul Verbeek. He will reflect on the pros and cons of supporting workers’ health and well-being by technological innovations like e-health, m-health, wearables or gaming.

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FIVE REASONS TO VISIT AMSTERDAM

  1. Hop on a bike
  2. Get lost in arty Jordan
  3. Try herring from a herring cart
  4. Visit the Old Masters at Rijksmuseum
  5. Go beer tasting at a windmill

 

Are you on a tight budget? There are many free things to do as well!

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Are you under the age of 35 and planning to submit an abstract on worker health, organizational and workplace factors, interventions or methodology? You could win the ArboNed Young Investigator Award! CHECK THE CRITERIA 

Abstract submission extended

Not submitted your abstract yet? The submission deadline has been extended to December 1, 2015.

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Young talent in the spotlight

Of course we have selected top of the bill keynotes for this conference. But we have also selected four young and talented researchers to present their (PhD) research during the keynote, as illustrious examples of the future of our scientific field.

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Are you interested in worker health, organizational and workplace factors, interventions or methodology? Join the 2016 Wellbeing at Work conference in Amsterdam. Submission of abstracts is now open! SUBMIT ABSTRACT 

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Have you written 29 May-1 June in your 2016 agenda already? Experience the newest scientific insights and the vibrant capital of the Netherlands. Read more for the conference themes.

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OPENING KEYNOTE

In the opening keynote Anthony LaMontagne, professor of Work, Health & Wellbeing at Deakin University, Melbourne (Australia) will summarize the current evidence on effects of work on mental health.

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