Inclusion at Friedrich Schiller University Jena

The Inclusion Representative is the contact for:

  • the affairs of employees with disabilities and equivalent status
  • the organization of their work to suit their condition
  • executives who would like to learn more about benefits for employees with disabilities and equivalent status

People with disabilities are entitled to special benefits to prevent disadvantages from arising in the workplace or to overcome them as quickly as possible. Within the scope of the Federal Act on Participation (Bundesteilhabegesetz, BTHG), Book IX of the German Social Security Code (Sozialgesetzbuch, SGB IX) puts the focus on disabled people and lays the legal foundation for company stakeholders to promote the inclusion and integration of employees with disabilities. We will be happy to advise you on possible benefits!

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Coaching for inclusive teams

Coaching is an effective measure to create inclusive teams.
Coaching can help you in the following areas:

  • Reflecting on your own professional activities
  • Conflict and relationship management
  • Team development and issues
  • Time management and self-reflection

We will be happy to advise you on coaching opportunities and find a suitable coach for your specific needs from our pool of experienced instructors.


Please note: You may need an interpreter or ombudsperson to translate the conversation for you.

Your contact

Ingrid Weyrauch
+49 3641 9-415416
Room 204
Zwätzengasse 2
07743 Jena
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