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Université de Fribourg

Unfallrisiko verschiedener Schichtsysteme : Simulation mit dem XIMES-Risikorechner

Arlinghaus, Anna ; Gärtner, Johannes

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 3, no. 1, p. Forum: 3.1

Working time arrangements can affect the risk of injuries and accidents at work. To evaluate the risk associated with common shift schedules, five different schedules were analyzed and compared regarding their inherent accident risks, using the XIMES Risk Calculator. We included fast forward and slow backward rotated shift schedules, 12-hour-shift systems and long daily working hours....

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Überstunden, Ausgleichsmöglichkeiten, Gesundheit und Work-Life Balance

Brauner, Corinna ; Wöhrmann, Anne Marit ; Backhaus, Nils ; Brenscheidt, Frank ; Tisch, Anita

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 3, no. 5, p. Article: 3.5

Overtime is widely spread in Germany. Representative data from 7.765 respondents from the BAuA-Working Time Survey 2017 show that employees work an average of 3.9 hours per week longer than contractually agreed, with differences according to gender, full-time work, qualification levels and occupations. More than half of these are transitory overtime hours, which are compensated by free time....

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Das Leben ist Synchronisation : Möglichkeiten und Formen sozialer Teilhabe vor dem Hintergrund atypischer Arbeitszeiten

Stadler, Bettina ; Schönauer, Annika ; Arlinghaus, Anna ; Saupe, Bernhard ; Eichmann, Hubert

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 3, no. 4, p. Article: 3.4

The influence of atypical working hours, i.e. long working hours or working hours outside the usual hours, on health and accident risks is well documented. Less well documented is the relationship between atypical working hours and the opportunities for social participation. In this paper we present the results of a qualitative survey on work-time related impairments of social participation...

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Neue Gestaltungsoptionen für humane Nacht- und Schichtarbeit? : Experteneinschätzungen am Beispiel Digitalisierung

Evers, Maren

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 3, no. 3, p. Article: 3.3

Im Zuge der Debatte um Industrie 4.0 und Digitalisierung wurden von Seiten der Produktionstechnik erhebliche Versprechungen hinsichtlich einer Verbesserung von Arbeitsqualität geleistet. Auch für die Gestaltung von Nacht- und Schichtarbeit liegen Konzepte, wie z.B. ein Schicht-Doodle, vor. Der Beitrag fragt danach, inwiefern sich durch Digitalisierung wirklich Chancen für eine humane...

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Shift Work and Work-Family Conflict : A Systematic Review

Wöhrmann, Anne Marit ; Müller, Grit ; Ewert, Kathrin

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 3, no. 2, p. Article: 3.2

Shift work occupies precious time for family and social life. The aim of this review was to systematically assess the state of research on the impact of shift work on work-fam-ily conflict. A systematic literature search was conducted in PubMed and EBSCO to identify studies published between 1990 and 2017. In the end, 36 articles met the inclusion criteria and were considered in this review....

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Cambodian Labour in Chinese-Owned Enterprises in Sihanoukville : An Insight into the Living and Working Conditions of Cambodian Labourers in the Construction, Casino and Manufacturing Sectors

Buckley, Joe ; Eckerlein, Christian

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 2, no. 2, p. Forum: 2.2

China is by far Cambodia’s largest foreign investor. These investments are said to have had a huge impact on Cambodia’s economic, political, cultural, and physical landscape. Sihanoukville, Cambodia’s largest coastal city, has seen particularly massive inflows of Chinese investment, especially in the casino, construction and manufacturing sectors. Based on semi-structured interviews, this...

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Decent Work und die Universität

Schief, Sebastian

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 2, no. 1, p. Forum: 2.1

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Trabajo Decente? : Decent Work from a Cuban perspective

Izquierdo, Osnaide ; Jany, Nina

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 2, no. 6, p. Article: 2.6

In this article, we critically examine Cuban social and labour policies as attempts of a practical application of Decent Work principles in a state-socialist context. We start with an examination of past and present models of socio-economic development and labour relations in Cuba. This is followed by an overview of the main Cuban policy principles related to Decent Work, which we contrast with...

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The Promise of Decent Care and the Problem of Poor Working Conditions : Double Movements Around Live-In Care In Austria

Aulenbacher, Brigitte ; Leiblfinger, Michael ; Prieler, Veronika

In: sozialpolitik.ch, 2020, vol. 2, no. 5, p. Article: 2.5

Over the last decades, the marketization of live-in care for the elderly in Austria has been accompanied by new forms of regulation and the contestation surrounding this type of care provision. The article analyzes this process as a Polanyian double movement – the movement of a market-driven provision of care and organization of care work, and countermovements seeking protection from its...