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Les modes de régulation du travail et leurs effets sur la santé des salariés:deux établissements d’accueil des personnes âgées en quête de management

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  • Mathieu Detchessahar


    (Université Nantes LEMNA)

  • Michel Devigne

    (Ecole des Mines de Nantes LEMNA)

  • Arnaud Stimec

    (Polytech’ Nantes LEMNA)

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    (VF)Cette recherche s’intéresse aux liens entre les modes de gestion et la santé au travail (Chanlat,1999). Pour rendre compte de l’extrême complexité de ces liens, ce sont bien les modes de régulation de l’activité concrète (Reynaud, 1989; Terssac (de), 1992; Raveyre et Ughetto, 2006) qu’il s’agit de saisir et de mettre en lien avec le bien-être des salariés. Les deux cas étudiés dans ce texte situent cette problématique au sein du secteur de la santé, dont on sait à quel point il a été touché depuis plus d’une dizaine d’années par les politiques de modernisation gestionnaire ainsi que par la montée de la problématique de la santé au travail. Trois modes de régulation du travail peuvent ainsi être distingués, leur effet sur la santé analysé et des pistes d’action managériales proposées.(VA)This research focuses on the links between management and health at work. In order to take into account the great complexity of these links, we focus on the “regulation modes” (Reynaud, 1989; Terssac (de), 1992) of the concrete work and attempt to draw parallels between these modes and the employee’s welfare. The research is based on the ethnographic study of two health organizations. The health sector has been deeply transformed for a decade through the implementation of new managerial models. At the same time, health organizations face increasing problems of health at work. In the organizations we studied, we identified three major “regulation modes” and their impacts on occupational health.

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    Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 4 (December)
    Pages: 39-74.

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    Handle: RePEc:dij:revfcs:v:13:y:2010:i:q4:p:39-74.
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    2. Michel Gollac, 2005. "L'intensité du travail. Formes et effets," Revue économique, Presses de Sciences-Po, vol. 56(2), pages 195-216.
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