Economic and political predictors of problems affecting workers' mental health and well-being. Supranational programs for workers' mental health and well-being. National government programs to promote mental health and worker well-being. Employers' measures to protect the mental health and well-being of workers. Measures taken by non-governmental associations of workers, other non-profit non-governmental organizations to preserve the mental health of workers. Community programs aimed at preventing mental disorders and promoting mental health values for the working population.
Social insurance programs aimed at the prevention of mental disorders and the rehabilitation of persons with mental disabilities. Measures aimed at stimulating employment as a factor of well-being for the working population. The legal framework for worker mental health and wellbeing. State support programs for the volunteer movement in the field of mental health. Corporate programs for employee mental health and well-being. Corporate social responsibility in the context of addressing mental health and employee well-being.
Moral and ethical aspects of occupational hygiene and mental health. Safety of professional activity from the point of view of organizational culture. Presenteeism and its impact on employee mental health. Psychophysiological recovery after work, study of the role of leisure in maintaining mental health. Psychoeducation to raise awareness of the factors that influence mental health and well-being. Mental health and unemployment. Mental health and ecology. Evaluating the effectiveness and economic efficiency of programs to promote mental health and worker well-being.