Project for Work-Life Balance Consultation

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Develop Professional Skills and Research Practices within Local Academic and Industrial Communities

In order to realize researchers’ work-life balance, we will hold meetings with role models. Additionally, we will hold work-life balance seminars which will be open to not only researchers, but also teachers at partnership/cooperative organizations.

We will also prepare a Work-Life Balance Consultation System, which will be available for researchers of organizations involved in joint research.

Initiative to Address Work-Life Balance Issues

We will hold workshops in which participants will consider topics related to gender equality. We will raise awareness about the need to change thinking styles in the workplace, by holding meetings with role models and seminars about work-life balance.

We will make increasing efforts to provide information about work-life balance, in order to assist researchers to balance life-event responsibilities with their research activities.

Project to Promote Health Education

Our basic philosophy is that good health is a prerequisite for continuing research. We will provide health education and other opportunities to draw attention to health issues by cooperating with the Health Administration Center of Niigata University.

We will also promote health education which encourages researchers to implement self-management appropriately such as education on the prevention of lifestyle related diseases and mental health.

Project to Promote Female Lifelong Health

Females are different from males because of their physiological functions related to pregnancy and childbirth. As a consequence, they may be faced with disorders of a physical or mental nature. It is important to create a working environment in which researchers can independently make decisions about sex and reproduction with respect to ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights’. For example, whether or not to give birth, when to give birth and how many children to produce.


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