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Jobbsnackisar

Title translated into English

Work matters

Film: Duration in minutes

minutes

Content

The “Jobbsnackisar” series of short videos is an information initiative developed by the Swedish non-profit work environment organisation Prevent. The videos (barely 2 minutes long) are about subjects such as the importance of recovery, our biological rhythm, the difference between wishes or goals, to do your best, and focussing on your wishes.

In “Jobbsnackisar”, stress and work environment scientist at Karolinska Institutet and the Mayo Clinic in the USA Dan Hasson, provides easy facts about an important topic under the heading “Dan explains”. There are also short animation videos for each of the different “Jobbsnackisar”,which aim to create curiosity and interest in the subject.

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https://www.prevent.se/om-prevent/jobbsnackisar-english/

Message

Use ”Jobbsnackisar” to start a conversation about work enviroment at your workplace. “Jobbsnackisar” are short videos on various topics. Watch together and talk about how you feel about it. The videos can be used as chat starters!

A stress muscle, is there really one? And how do you train it? Watch the animated video “Jobbsnackis” (yes, you have time – it’s only 30 seconds!) and talk about it over coffee. And then watch “Dan explains”, the video with scientist Dan Hasson’s educational explanation.

Background

Prevent identified a need to easily present facts and research on important work enviroment issues. By producing videos we wished to create support for starting conversations in the workplace.

Target Group

Employers och employees

Awards

The Swedish Publishing Prize (juried contest for film, print and web) Category Training video/Instructional video

Contact details Editor / Production company

Prevent
Box 20133, se-104 60 Sweden
+46 8 402 02 63 - +46 702082935 https://www.prevent.se