Persons with partial work capacity in working life: Study on the impacts of the operational programme
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A study examining the impacts and functionality of the operational concept was conducted as part of the "Persons with partial work capacity in working life" programme. Research data was gathered in 12 organisations, in which the concept is currently being piloted.
Qualitative and quantitative research
The study is comprised of both qualitative case studies and quantitative research.
|Qualitative case study|
|Concept processes||Factors preventing
and promoting implementation of the concept
|Concept benefits for the individual and the organisation||Electronic service usability and areas needing improvement|
|Financial impacts of the operational concept|
Concept functionality and impacts are examined in thematic interviews, journal entries, process descriptions, narrative case descriptions and financial impact assessments. Financial impacts can be assessed from the perspective of a client, organisation and society.
Three publications and three theses are being done in the study.
The findings of the study will be used in, for example, further development of the operational concept, planning the electronic service, and the training of work ability coordinators.
Research Director Nina Nevala, tel. + 358 (0)40 734 4166, firstname.lastname@example.org