Mental Health Monitoring at Work: IoT Solutions and Privacy Concerns

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Type
Inproceedings: an article in a conference proceedings.
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Title
Mental Health Monitoring at Work: IoT Solutions and Privacy Concerns
Title of the conference
Proceedings of the 2022 Well-Being in the Information Society Conference
Author(s)
Naous Dana, Mettler Tobias
Publisher
Springer
Organization
WIS 2022 -Well-Being in the Information Society: When the Mind Breaks
ISBN
978-3-031-14832-3
Publication state
Published
Issued date
18/08/2022
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Series
Communications in Computer and Information Science
Pages
37–45
Language
english
Abstract
The fast-paced business environment and new work arrangements have elevated mental health risks, especially occupational stress and burnouts. Mental health becomes a critical aspect for occupational safety and health in office settings. Therefore, employers aim to improve employees’ well-being and safety at the workplace through dedicated health initiatives. Internet-of-things (IoT) technology is increasingly being used for such purposes. However, its implementation in the workplace is accompanied by privacy concerns. In this study, we aim to provide a meta-synthesis of existing IoT solutions for supporting employees’ mental health in office settings. We classify existing studies into use cases with possible implementation options. We discuss main challenges emerging from privacy concerns along the IoT data lifecycle. We contribute to the design of the future workplace through emphasizing the opportunity for the connected workplace in improving occupational health.
Keywords
IoT, Mental health, Connected workplace, Meta-synthesis
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