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The world(s) of work in transition
The report of the third joint ETUI-ETUC conference, held on 27-29 June 2018, summarises the three days of discussion that took place when over 500 delegates gathered in Brussels to debate the future of work. The ambition of the 2018 event was to analyse the impact of the four key ‘megatrends’ – globalization, climate change, digitalization and the demographic transition disrupting societies and economies. Source: https://www.etui.org/Publications2/Conference-reports/The-world-s-of-work-in-transition
Associations Between Age, Psychosocial Work Conditions, Occupational Well-Being, and Telomere Length in Geriatric Care Professionals
A Mixed-Methods Study Objective: We identified associations between age, psychosocial work characteristics, occupational well-being, and—as a measure of biological age—leukocyte telomere length in geriatric care professionals. Methods: This is a multisource study of self-reports on psychosocial work characteristics, standardized physician's evaluations of health, and relative telomere length measures of peripheral blood leukocytes. We included 141 geriatric care professionals. Telomere length was assessed by an improved polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based method. Results: Increased...
Taking risks and survival jobs
Foreign-born workers and work-related injuries in Australia Higher rates of work-related injuries (WRI) have been reported among foreign-born workers in many countries, but little is known about the situation in Australia, which initially had large waves of European followed by Asian migration and where the recruitment of skilled migrants has dominated recently. The aim of the study was to examine WRI among foreign-born workers in Australia. This was a two phase mixed methods study. The first stage used the 2005/6 and 2009/10 Australian national Multi-Purpose Household Survey (MPHS) information...
Health and safety and the aging workforce
The population is aging in Canada and in the rest of the world. Death rates continue to fall and, as a result, life expectancy is increasing. Moreover, fertility rates are low in Western countries—where they are below replacement—and falling elsewhere in the world. These two phenomena are leading to a change in the age structure of the population, with projections forecasting that the proportion of the population over 65 will rise substantially. Concerns about the viability of social programs have prompted governments to encourage workers to remain in the workforce. What will persuade...
A quoi ressemblera le travail dans 20 ans ?
Avec son rapport "Le travail et l'emploi dans vingt ans", le Centre d'Analyse Stratégique aide à se projeter dans le futur. Deux scénarios sont élaborés : un premier d’“accélération technologique et sociétale”, un second de “rééquilibrage et de volontarisme des acteurs”. Depuis les années 1970, le travail et l’emploi ont connu de profonds bouleversements en France : poussée de l’emploi tertiaire, féminin, des emplois de cadres et de professions intermédiaires...
Expérience professionnelle et gestion de la sécurité au travail
Actes du séminaire Âges et Travail 2008 Ce rapport présente les interventions et débats du séminaire Âges et Travail organisé par le Créapt, lors de son édition 2008 consacrée à « Expérience professionnelle et gestion de la sécurité au travail ». L'acception de la « sécurité » y est très large. Elle ne se limite pas à la prévention des accidents du travail. Il est aussi question de la mise en danger d'autres personnes que soi (collègues...
Healthy Work - Challenges and Opportunities to 2030
The project that led to the production of this report was initiated in 2007 by Bupa as part of its drive to understand the potential impact of changes in the demography, economy and the burden of disease in the UK on the future health of the workforce. http://www.bupa.co.uk/about/pdfs/reports/health_at_work.pdf
Mutations du travail
Différentes générations vivent ensemble dans les entreprises et se partagent le marché du travail. Face aux mutations du travail, chacune dispose d’atouts et de faiblesses; des points critiques sont présents dans chaque groupe d’âge. La qualité et l’équilibre des relations intergénérationnelles sont un enjeu important pour la cohésion sociale et l’intégration de toutes les générations dans le monde du travail. http://www.ftu-namur.org/fichiers/Emerit56.pdf

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