Xolventia combines the individual work of the patient from the clinical point of view with particular dimensions of industrial psychology, business, risk prevention, human resources or acquisition of resources in order to implement projects.

COMMUNICATION AND INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS

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A good project does not always mean to receive the necessary institutional support or encouragement. It is common to feel lost when submitting public administrations our project or when asking them for help. In many occasions the communication routes are not defined or we knock on the wrong door by ignorance.

In Xolventia, based on our experience in the relation with administrations and representative organizations of different groups, we offer the possibility to submit this information through the correct routes to achieve communication and joint analysis of good initiatives.

These are some of the tasks we perform:

  • Organization and coordination of events related to enterpreneurial activities.
  • Support to favour the relation with Public Administrations.
  • Assessment in the organization and strategic development of corporate plans for business associations and other organizations.

HUMAN RESOURCES

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Organizations are living entities, where interpersonal relations are made and every person has assigned tasks.

In a defined space, social abilities, competencies, individual characteristics, business policies and other complexed factors are activated.

Ensure job suitability; the environment, the correct workload, leadership or communication are fundamental aspects of success and excellency is the new goal of the organizations.   

In our particular case, our specialized knowledges in Business Psychology are inevitably interconnected with the Occupational Risk Prevention and the Clinical Psychology, therefore, the result is a profound approach that ensures better results and the compliance with the norm.

These are some of the services we offer in this field:

  • Personnel selection and psycho-technical test application.
  • Analysis of specific profiles and headhunting.
  • Assessment in strategies for work organization.
  • Description of job posts and competency-based management.
  • Analysis of motivational profiles.
  • Design of training programs.
  • Training oriented to stress management and development of potential.

OCCUPATION RISK PREVENTION

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Occupational Risk Prevention is a set of actions carried out in enterprises in order to discover in advance the risks that happen in every workplace, and thereby enabling the planning and adoption of preventive measures that prevent accidents at workplace.

We offer a great number of services based on years of assessment experience in business associations, trade unions and enterprises.

These services comprehend:

  • Assessment in the preventive organization.
  • Detection of dysfunctions to improve cost-savings.
  • Analysis of Hygiene, Ergonomics, Safety and Applied Psychosociology.
  • Expert Reports.

COLLECTING FINANCIAL RESOURCES

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Ideas and projects are necessary, but financial resources too, regardless of whether that entity is a profit or nonprofit organization. It is sometimes interesting to study the possibility to apply for public funds to develop the project. To take this step it is necessary to know the rights and obligations as a beneficiary of the public funds. The process includes the application and also the implementation and the subsequent justification. So, the process involves legal, technical (inherent to the project) and financial regulations, which must be scrupulously managed.

  • Assessment and management of the raising, administration and justification of funds and public aids (EU, Government, Autonomous Communities and other local associations).
  • Assistance in bidding process.
  • Design of business development plans based on the best strategy to get public funds and/or tax and labour advantages.

STUDIES ON EXPOSURE TO WORK-RELATED STRESS

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With experience in the analysis of different work groups, we carefully design the tools to measure the level of exposure to psychosocial risks.

This work is generally intended to:

  • Establish the corrective measures of risks.
  • Provide legal teams with expert consulting in process related to labour regulations and/or specific to the regulations of occupational risk prevention.
  • Improve the efficiency of the work groups.
  • Ensure health in the enterprise and prevent accidents at work or occupational diseases.

Work-related stress is one of the triggers of different health problems, deterioration of interpersonal relationships, absenteeism and reduction in productivity.

The high personal and social costs linked to work-related stress have caused that international organizations such as the European Union, the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work or the World Health Organization (WHO) insist more and more on the importance of the prevention and the control of work-related stress.

The Committee of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the WHO on Occupational Health (Geneve, 1984) define psychosocial factors as «the interactions, on the one hand, between  work, environment and satisfaction at workplace and organization conditions, and on the other hand, the worker´s abilities, his necessities, his cultural and personal situation out of the workplace, all these through perceptions and experiences that can have an impact on health and efficiency and/or satisfaction at workplace».

Psychosocial factors include those conditions that are present in a work situation, directly related to the organization, content of the work and execution of the task and can affect the well-being or (physical, psychical or social) health of the worker and the realization of work.

Recent researches have shown the relationship between psychosocial factors and occupation health, providing evidence that there is a correspondence between the work conditions and the workers ‘perception about their own health.

Therefore, we can assure that psychosocial factors exit and are not an invention of the worker. They are part of the work conditions and must be taken into account in the initial/integral evaluation of the occupational risks of enterprises.