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Ilmarinen is your strategic partner
Together with us, you can find ways to reduce work ability risks and improve work ability so that you can successfully manage not only your company but also your employees’ work ability.
Co-operation with Ilmarinen
We actively provide information, tools and support for the management of disability risks. We help you to assess your company’s work ability management regularly, so that you will be certain to achieve the management goals you have set.
We will help you understand the reasons behind disability risks. Together, we will create methods for reducing the risk and for maintaining work ability in a way that supports the company’s operations.
We target the support to customers with a larger than average disability risk and where our collaboration has the greatest impact.
Strategic and operative collaboration
When you engage in strategic-level co-operation with us, you ensure that work ability management succeeds also at the operative level. Our competence is analysing and anticipating work ability risks and providing consulting and guidance.
As a strategic partner, our operations are steered by the following three principles:
- We develop a work ability management system together with you instead of suggesting only individual measures.
- Our approach is systematic. The operating principles and practical measures we suggest are evidence based and we define them clearly.
- We regularly assess your company’s work ability management to ensure that it will lead exactly where you want to go.
As an operative partner we offer you
- Information and support for assessing and managing disability risk
- Information on why your company’s disability risk is what it is
- Methods for reducing risk and improving work ability so that you can manage your company and your employees’ work ability successfully
- Instructions on planning, developing, applying and assessing a work ability management system and the criteria for the competence of people in critical roles
The partnership in practice
As your strategic partner, we will build a work ability management package with you. As your operative partner, we focus on the results and details. When you have control over both the big picture and the details, you can achieve sustainable results.
Examples of strategic co-operation areas:
- Work ability management system
- Goal-oriented co-operation
- Early support activities
- Recruitment and responsibility policies
- Adjusted work model
- Workload management
- Involvement of personnel
- Work ability risk assessment
- Career planning
Examples of operative co-operation areas:
- Supervisor training
- Occupational health action plan
- Early support model
- Case meetings
- Individual flexible working hours
- Sick leave monitoring
- Engaging personnel
- Personnel surveys
- Identifying personal risks and vocational rehabilitation
Significance of management system – managing work ability brings results
Strategic work ability management means that instead of individual measures, you set a target for the entire operations, plan the structures and indicate the direction in which you want everyone to move together.
Take a look at key themes
Occupational health collaboration
In occupational health collaboration, the employer, employees and occupational health services promote employees’ work ability through shared planning and actions.Read more about occupational health collaboration
With early support activities you, together with supervisors, occupational health services and the employees, support the work ability of your employees and prevent its weakening in the long term.Read more about early support
By fostering successful interaction, good leadership, competence development, genuine caring and responsibility at your workplace, you also promote mental health.Read more about mental health
Make use of information in work ability management. Knowledge management lets you manage the work ability of your employees better than before.Take a look at knowledge management