Please note the “Themenwochen Gesundheit” and our employee survey on the topic of “Working conditions and health” from 15th of June to the 30th of July!
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What does BGM mean at our university?
Occupational health management (OHM) is the conscious planning, management, control, and integration of all operational processes with the aim of maintaining and promoting the health and well-being of employees.
At the moment, occupational health management is being established and expanded at MLU. In this process, mental health and well-being in everyday working life is also being taken into account.
Our aim is to develop an overall strategy for the university to maintain and promote the health and performance of employees, reduce factors that cause illness and strengthen health-promoting resources.
The health of employees is important for our university!
What can you expect on this blog?
On this blog, we want to provide you with all the news about occupational health management at MLU. There will be content about our approach, progress, and current findings from the project. In addition, we want to provide you with interesting and insightful information on the topics of workplace health, cooperation and leadership, mental health, exercise, self- and time management and much more. Finally, we would like to draw your attention to our current events, offers, and campaigns, which we have compiled on this page.
Feel free to check this blog regularly to see what new posts await you.
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We welcome all e-mails with suggestions, questions, criticism and praise. It is our particular concern to pursue the project OHM at MLU together with you in order to support you in your work activities in the best possible way.
Abteilung 3 – Personal
Referat 3.2 – Personalentwicklung