1 From Unemployment to Sustainable Participation in Work - Research, Interventions and Policies PROGRAM
2 4th International Conference on Unemployment, Job Insecurity and Health, UJIH2011 September 21-23, 2011, Espoo, Finland Local Organizing Committee Jukka Vuori, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Krista Pahkin, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Outi Aho, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Taija Veriö-Piispanen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Heidi Niemelä, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Congress Office Johanna Vappula, Confedent International Katri Luomanpää, Confedent International Scientific Committee Roland Blonk, TNO Work and employment Hans De Witte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Helena Helve, University of Tampere Kaisa Kauppinen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Thomas Kieselbach, University of Bremen Ulla Kinnunen, University of Tampere Tony Machin, University of Southern Queensland Simo Mannila, National Institute for Health and Welfare Krista Pahkin, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Katariina Salmela-Aro, University of Helsinki Antti Saloniemi, University of Tampere Jaana Vastamäki, Friedrich-Alexander University Jukka Vuori, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
3 Venue Hanasaari Cultural Centre, is located on the Baltic shore close to Helsinki-Espoo border. It can be reached easily by several buses (numbers ) from Helsinki bus. When arriving directly from Helsinki-Vantaa airport, the easiest way is to take a taxi. Please note, that the airport yellow line taxis go first to Hanasaari Hanasaari s comprehensive catering services are further enhanced by a relaxed sauna department Reino and a pool with maritime views. Conference rooms is located in the first floor. Meeting Room Tage is located on the second floor. Lobby is located in second floor. Poster stands for Poster Session are placed there. Poster stands are available for poster mounting on Wednesday 21st of September and posters can be taken down on Friday 23rd of September. Restaurant Johannes is situated in second floor. Conference meals and coffee will be served in Resraurant Johannes. UJIH Business Meeting will be held in the Cabinet of restaurant Johannes. Johannes is located in the second floor. Library/Computer room is located on the second floor, right beside second floor Lobby. In case you need a computer or printer, or are looking for something to read, you'll find some there.
4 Should you need further information, please ask advice at Hanasaari reception or contact congress secretary Taija Piispanen. Please contact Confedent International personnel in matters concerning your Registration, Conference Fees and Accommodation (tel and , ujih2011(at) confedent.fi).
5 ICOH UJIH 2011 PROGRAM AT A GLANCE Wednesday, September 21 Thursday, September 22 Friday, September 23 9:00-12:00 Registration desk open at Hanasaari Congress Centre Espoo, Finland 9:00-9:50 Plenary address: How to enhance successful school-to-work transition - Challenges and possible solutions 10:00-11:30 Plenary addresses: 9:00-9:45 Organisational downsizing and employee health - Results and directions for interventions Poster stand ready Lobby, 2nd floor 12:00-12:40 Welcome addresses 12:40-13:30 Plenary address: Designing, implementing and disseminating effective interventions for unemployed job seekers Session 1 Job insecurity and health of organizations 13:30-13:45 Coffee Restaurant Johannes 13:45-15:15 Session 2 The experience of unemployment and health Tage 15:15-15:45 Coffee, Restaurant Johannes 15:45-16:25 Plenary address: Job insecurity, employee health and well-being - Directions for interventions Session 3 Interventions for sustainable careers 19: Reception at Karhusaari Art Center, Espoo town Session 5 Interventions for promoting work ability and health of the unemployed Session 7 Job insecurity, unemployment, health and mortality Session 6 From long-term unemployment to employment Tage :45 Coffee, Restaurant Johannes :00 Poster session + coffee /Lobby, 2nd floor : :00 Session 11 School to work transition Tage Session 8 Family leave and employment 13:00-14:00 Lunch SC UJIH business meeting Restaurant Johannes Cabinet Plenary address: Poor health as cause and consequence of unemployment: mechanisms and interventions Roundtable discussion: Theory and practice -How to reach sustainable employment :15 Coffee, Restaurant Johannes 16:30-18:00 16:15-17:45 Session 4 Session 9 Restructuring and health Job and income insecurity Tage 18: Boat trip through Helsinki archipelago Conference dinner at Kulosaaren Casino Tage :45 Closing Session 10 Labour market trends, gender and health Tage Lunch Restaurant Johannes Session 12 Labour and health policies for the unemployed
6 Wednesday, Sept. 21, REGISTRATION Lobby Hanasaari Congress Centre, Espoo, Finland :40 WELCOME ADDRESSES Astrid Ritva Partinen, Senior officer, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland Harri Vainio, Director General Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), ICOH Board Jukka Vuori, Chair of the ICOH UJIH 2011 Organizing Committee, FIOH PLENARY ADDRESS Astrid Designing, implementing, and disseminating effective interventions for unemployed job seekers Richard H. Price, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, USA COFFEE Johannes SESSION 1 Job insecurity and health in organizations Astrid Chair: Ulla Kinnunen, University of Tampere, Finland The impact of job insecurity on innovation processes on organizations Wendy Niesen 1, Hans DeWitte 2, Adalgisa Battistelli 3, 1 Universitàdegli studi di Verona, Italy, 2 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, 3 Université Paul Valery, France Job insecurity, recovery and well-being at work: Recovery experiences as moderators Ulla Kinnunen 1, Saija Mauno 2, 1 University of Tampere, Finland, Department of Psychology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland The job insecurity scale: Investigating its predictive, concurrent and discriminant validity using a cross-lagged design Tinne Vander Elst, Hans De Witte, Nele De Cuyper, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium A longitudinal study on perceived job insecurity among Finnish university workers Saija Mauno 1, Anne Mäkikangas 1, Ulla Kinnunen 2, 1 Department of Psychology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 2 School of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Tampere, Finland
7 SESSION 2 The experience of unemployment and health Tage Chair: Jaana Vastamäki, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany Lack of power and time orientation at the core of unemployment self-esteem Ginette Herman 1, David Bourguignon 2, University of Louvain, Belgium, 2 Paul- Verlaine University, France Unemployment and life goals Karsten Paul, Jaana Vastamäki, Klaus Moser, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany Employment, health, and well-being. Evidence from the Paltamo employment model evaluation Lars Leemann, Tellervo Nenonen, Eila Linnanmäki, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland A psycho-social typology of the unemployed in South-Africa Hans. De Witte 1, S. Rothmann 2, W. Naude 2, 1 University of Leuven, Belgium, 2 North-West University, South Africa COFFEE Johannes PLENARY ADDRESS Astrid Job insecurity, employee health and well-being -directions for interventions Hans DeWitte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium SESSION 3 Interventions for sustainable careers Astrid Chair: Roland Blonk, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Competencies for the contemporary career Jos Akkermans 1, 1 Veerle Brenninkmeijer, Roland Blonk 2, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, 2 TNO Healthy Living, The Netherlands Enhancing career preparedness, resilience and mental health through the work life course Jukka Vuori, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Active labour market policy measures, mental well-being and social class Antti Saloniemi 1, Katri Romppainen 1, Mattias Strandh 2, Pekka Virtanen 1, 1 University of Tampere, Finland, 2 Department of Sociology, Sweden Does high involvement management improve worker wellbeing? Petri Böckerman 1, Alex Bryson 2, Pekka Ilmakunnas 3, 1 Labour Institute for Economic Research, Finland, National Institute of Economic and Social Research/CEP, UK, 3 Aalto University School of Economics, Finland The effects of learning goal oriented training for job seekers Gera Noorzij 1, Edvin A. J. van Hooft 2, Heleen van Mierlo 1, Arjan vandam 3 & Marise PH. Born 1, 1 Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2 University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3 Fidare, The Netherlands
8 SESSION 4 Restructuring and health Tage Chair: Krista Pahkin, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Effects of restructuring on sick leave in the public sector Mari Holm Ingelsrud, Oslo University College, Norway Are there any vulnerable age groups in restructuring? Krista Pahkin, Pauliina Mattila-Holappa, Ari Väänänen, Aki Koskinen, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland Employees psychological well-being during negative organizational changes An examination of potential mediating and moderating factors Jaana Vastamäki 1, Hans-Georg Wolff 1, Anja S. Göritz 2, Klaus Moser 1, 1 University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, 2 University of Würzburg, Germany Does poor pre-merger mental health anticipate deteriorated post-merger mental health? Pauliina Mattila-Holappa, Aki Koskinen, Ari Väänänen, KristaPahkin, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland RECEPTION Location: Karhusaari Art Center Hosted by: Espoo town, Finland
9 Thursday, Sept. 22, PLENARY ADDRESS Astrid How to enhance successful school-to-work transition -Challengesand possible solutions Jutta Allmendinger, The Social Science Research Center Berlin, Germany SESSION 5, Interventions for promoting work ability and health of the unemployed Astrid Chair: Jukka Vuori, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Employability and social cohesion: Outline of a new research program in the Netherlands on unemployed and low-educated workers Roland Blonk, TNO Work and Employment, The Netherlands Supporting the work ability on the unemployed - Evaluation research on network theory Kirsi Niiranen 1, Hanna Hakulinen 1, Matti S. Huuskonen 1, Kimmo Räsänen 1,2, 1 The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland, 2 University of Eastern Finland, Finland Conditions influencing vocational outcomes using individual placement and support (IPS) Ulla Nygren 1, Urban Markström 1, Birgitta Bernspång 1, Bengt Svensson 2, Lars Hansson 2, Mikael Sandlund 1, 1 Umeå University, Sweden, 2 Lund University, Sweden Implementation of health examination model for the unemployed Peppi Saikku, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland Evidence based supported employment fidelity scale as an evaluation tool Jaakko Harkko, Mika Ala-Kauhaluoma, Rehabilitation Foundation, Finland SESSION 6, From long-term unemployment to employment Tage Chair: Simo Mannila, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland Transitions between long-term unemployment and work and social protection Vappu Karjalainen, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland How often and who finds employment after long-term unemployment, and how much active labour market policy can help? Simo Aho, University of Tampere, Finland Missing stories of reemployment Narratives of men s transitions to work after long-term unemployment Jussi Huttu-Hiltunen, Rovaniemi Office of Employment and the Economy, Finland
10 Effect-evaluation of release, an intervention for long-term unemployed individuals Els Vanbelle, Hans De Witte, University of Leuven, Belgium Health protection in times of recession: the role of Active Labour Market Programmes for the unemployed Adam P. Coutts, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health University College London COFFEE Johannes SESSION 7, Job insecurity, unemployment, health and mortality Astrid Chair: Hans DeWitte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium Job insecurity, unemployment and mortality Jouko Nätti 1, Ulla Kinnunen 1, Saija Mauno 2, Anne Mäkikangas 2, 1 University of Tampere, Finland, 2 University of Jyväskylä, Finland Perceived job insecurity, later work career and health: Prospective study in Jouko Nätti 1, Ulla Kinnunen 1, Saija Mauno 2, Anne Mäkikangas 2, 1 University of Tampere, Finland, 2 University of Jyväskylä, Finland The incidence of disability pensions and mortality of the unemployed Tiina Pensola, Veijo Notkola, Rehabilitation Foundation, Finland. Disability pension diagnoses of the formerly unemployed Jenni Blomgren 1, Helka Hytti 1, Raija Gould 2, 1 The Social Insurance Institute of Finland, Finland, 2 The Finnish Centre for Pensions, Finland SESSION 8, Family leave and employment Tage Chair: Katariina Salmela-Aro, University of Helsinki, Finland Return to work (RTW) strategies among Finnish women after a family leave Riitta Luoto 1, Kaisa Kauppinen 2, 1 UKK Institute for Health promotion, Finland, 2 The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Supporting transition from home to work after family leave - applying experiences from work-life context Salla Toppinen-Tanner, Jukka Vuori, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Transition to parenthood among Finnish temporary and permanent employees Hanna Sutela, Statistics Finland/ University of Tampere, Finland Motivation and strategies Women's return to work after family leave Aino Luotonen, UKK Institute for Health Promotion, Finland
11 LUNCH AND SC UJIH business meeting in cabinet Johannes PLENARY ADDRESS Astrid Poor health as cause and consequence of unemployment: mechanisms and interventions Alex Burdorf, Erasmus MC, The Netherlands ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: THEORY AND PRACTICE Astrid - HOW TO REACH SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYMENT Facilitators: Mia Latta, The Nordic Institute for Advanced Training in Occupational Health (NIVA), Finland, Jukka Vuori, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland Participants: Richard H. Price, University of Michigan, USA, Anne Haggren, Virvo Ltd, Finland, Brendan Burchell, University of Cambridge, UK, Alex Burdorf, Erasmus MC, Netherlands COFFEE Johannes SESSION 9, Job and income insecurity Astrid Chair: Marianna Virtanen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Feeling the risk of unemployment: the effects of job, employment and income insecurity on mental well-being. Patrik Vulkan, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Cognitive and affective aspects of job, employment and income security Tomas Berglund, Bengt Furåker, Patrik Vulkan, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Dual earner employment model A critical risks analysis Arja Jolkkonen 1, Pertti Koistinen 2, Arja Kurvinen 1, 1 University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 2 University of Tampere, Finland How qualitative and quantitative job insecurity are connected with turnover intentions, commitment and stress? Anna Väisänen, Antti Saloniemi, University of Tampere, Finland Transitions from involuntary temporary work in the Finnish labour market Merja Kauhanen 1 and Jouko Nätti 2, 1 Labour Institute for Economic Research, Finland, 2 Tampere University, Finland
12 16: SESSION 10, Labour market trends, gender and health Tage Chair: Kaisa Kauppinen, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Unemployment, gender and mental health The mediating role of the gender regime Matthias Strandh, Department of Sociology, Umeå University, Sweden Health as predictor of the track in the labour market Pekka Virtanen 1, Liudmila Lipiäinen 1, Urban Janlert 2, Tapio Nummi 1, Anne Hammarström 2, 1 University of Tampere, Finland, 2 University of Umeå, Sweden, Is labour market attachment related to self perceived health? Anna-Karin Waenerlund 2, Liudmila Lipiäinen 1, Tapio Nummi 1, Per E. Gustafsson 2, Anne Hammarstrom 2, Pekka Virtanen 2, 1 University of Tampere, Finland, 2 Umeå University, Sweden Unemployment and ill health from a gender perspective Ieva Reine 1, Anne Hammarström 2, Mehmed Novo 2, 1 Swedish Social Insurance Agency, Sweden, 2 Umeå University, Sweden Insecurity work relationship and life control Liisa Moilanen, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland CONGRESS DINNER Boat trip through the archipelago of Helsinki to dinner at Kulosaaren Casino restaurant
13 Friday, Sept. 23, 2011 PLENARY ADDRESS: Organisational downsizing and employee health -results and directions for interventions Astrid Jussi Vahtera, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland POSTER SESSION + COFFEE Astrid/ Facilitator Krista Pahkin, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Lobby The relationship between working life components and depression levels of unemployed individuals Metin Picakciefe, Dilek Mutlu, Emrah Kocaturk, University of Mugla, Turkey Health risk factors and self-rated health among job-seekers -presenting at job agencies Jennis Freyer-Adam 1, Beate Gaertner 2,3, Stefanie Tobschall 1, Ulrich John 1, 1 University Medicine Greifswald, Germany, 2 Charité University Medicine Berlin, Germany, 3 Robert Koch Institute, Germany, Client-centred guidance in multi-actor environments? Taina Era, Jaana Paltamaa, University of Applied Sciences, Finland Diversity management and prejudice: Which mediators matter? Marie Courtois, Stéphanie Delcroisse, Ginette Herman, Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Psychosocial crisis management - The role of key actors Tiina Saarelma-Thiel, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland Restructuring, re-employment and well-being: The role of competence and employability Gisela Jönsson, Claudia Bernhard-Oettel, Katharina Näsvall, Fredrik Moviz, Erik Berntson, Gunnar Aronsson, Magnus Sverke, Maria Salierno, Stockholm University, Sweden Job insecurity and systolic blood pressure Rasool Gharaaghaji-Asl, Taher Alinia, Urmia University of Medical Science, Iran
14 SESSION 11 Tage School to work transition Chair: Jaana Lähteenmaa,University of Tampere, Finland Burnout and engagement during educational and school to work transition Katariina Salmela-Aro, University of Helsinki, Finland Organizational justice at school and its associations with pupils' psychosocial school environment, health, and wellbeing Marianna Virtanen, Marko Elovainio, Riikka Puusniekka, Mika Kivimäki, Jussi Vahtera, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Diffusion process of the school - to - work group method in Finland Mikko Nykänen, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Transition from school to work in turbulent times: in crisis or just delayed? Jaana Lähteenmaa, University of Tampere, Finland SESSION 12 Astrid Labour and health policies for the unemployed Chair: Antti Saloniemi, University of Tampere, Finland Varieties of vulnerability in a globalized world Simo Mannila, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland Realising the health benefits of work: Seeking consensus in public policy in Australia and New Zealand James Ross, David Beaumont, Robin Chase, Mary Wyatt, Australasian Faculty of occupational and Environmental Medicine, Australia Train to job - An labour market integrating and health promoting measure Barbara Gawlik-Chmiel, Werkstatt Frankfurt, Germany National recommendation on assessment of functional capacity among the unemployed Aki Vuokko, Pirjo Juvonen-Posti, Ari Kaukiainen, The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Finland CLOSING LUNCH Johannes
15 Fees & Registration All fees are in Euro ( ), VAT 0%. The registration fees are invoiced by Confedent International Oy (VAT FI ) on behalf of Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (VAT FI ) that is exempted from VAT. Registration fees for UJIH conference: Early registration fee for UJIH 420,00 Early student registration fee for UJIH 320,00 Late registration fee for UJIH 470,00 Late student registration fee for UJIH 370,00 Registration fees for UJIH conference and NIVA workshop: Early registration fee for UJIH and NIVA 550,00 Early student registration fee for UJIH and NIVA 450,00 Late registration fee for UJIH and NIVA 650,00 Late student registration fee for UJIH and NIVA 530,00 Registration fees include: admission to all conference sessions a programme and abstract book as a cd access to the welcome reception coffee, tea and lunch during the meeting breaks Accommodation The conference is held at the Hanasaari Culture Centre in Espoo. You can book your accommodation from the hotel when you make your registration to the conference. Room rates: Standard Single Room 110 euros Standard Single Room 160 euros Social Events Wednesday, 21 September Espoo City Reception at Karhusaari Art Centre, Sinebrychoff mansion As an old building the venue has rather limited accessibility: stairs at entrance and on the way to restroom. Assistance can be arranged - please contact us well before hand in order to guarantee and specify the needed assistance. Thursday, 22 September at Boat trip through the archipelago of Helsinki and dinner at Kulosaaren Casino.
16 Publishing Unit: Yliopistopaino, Helsinki, Finland, 2011 Layout and editing: Taija Veriö-Piispanen Photo: Hanasaari Cultural Center, Espoo, Finland
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