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WRC working on AGROSH+ project

21 September 2017


WRC are partners in the AGROSH+ project. This project, funded by the Erasmus+ programme, is developing training courses and training materials for organisations in the agriculture and agrifood sectors. They are intended for use by occupational physicians and safety professionals operating in the area.

Running between September 2016 and August 2018, the project will deliver and test these materials in the participating countries – Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Ireland. A dissemination event will be held in Dublin in April 2018.

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Seminar April/May 2016: Employee Health and Well-Being - Developing a Resilient Workforce

06 October 2015

Employee Health and Well-Being - Developing a Resilient Workforce
A High Value Learning Seminar

Seminars will take place at two locations:

 Dublin  Thursday 21 April 2016
 Limerick  Thursday 19 May 2016

Maurice Quinlan, EAP Institute ( )
Dr Richard Wynne, Work Research Centre

A brochure with seminar information and registration form is available for download:
brochure (pdf)

We are looking for authors, trainers and instructors.

02 December 2013

We are looking for qualified authors and trainers to write three training modules in the following subjects:

  1. Personal development, communication and interpersonal competences.
  2. Mathematical and IT competences.
  3. Focus on work.

Download file for details

We are also seeking to employ instructors to deliver each of these training modules in Poland.

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Please refer to the two forms attached for further information and provide us with a quote for this work. If you would like to express interest, please contact Isabelle Jeffares at:


European Network for Workplace Health Promotion (ENWHP) launches return to work guidelines

27 March 2013
The ENWHP has just launched European Guidelines on Return to Work for people with chronic illnesses, including mental health problems. These guidelines are aimed at managers in enterprises and they provide a practical guide to ensuring that the employee has the best possible chance of successfully returning to work. Produced by the PhWork project, the guide is called "Promoting healthy work for workers with chronic illness: A guide to good practice", is easy to read and discusses the following topics:

  • A good practice guide on chronic illness at work
  • What is meant by workplace health promotion, return to work and chronic illness in the context of sustainable employment?
  • What employers can do to promote healthy work
  • What you can do: A six-step action plan
  • Recommendations

The guidelines are available at:

In-Diversity project launched

17 September 2012


WRC launched the LdV sponsored In-Diversity project on the 17th of September at The Burlington Hotel in Dublin. Attended by a range of stakeholders in diversity management, the audience heard Dr. Richard Wynne and Isabelle Jeffares present the main products of the project - a toolkit for managers who want to employ migrants and an e-learning course on diversity management.

To find out more about In-Diversity, go to:

ICT and Ageing

21 July 2008

Powerpoint presentation uploaded
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ENHR Conference Paper

15 July 2008

The ENHR conference paper Housing with Care in Ireland: A new paradigm? is now available here

eAccessibility in the European Member States

19 June 2008

Further to last year's successful eAccessibility benchmarking report, the MeAC study ("Measuring Progress of eAccessibility in Europe") has now published individual eAccessibility country profiles.

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WRC has moved

10 April 2007

The Work Research Centre Ltd. has moved offices since March 2007

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