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  • HesaMag 16

    The future of work in the digital era

    This HesaMag issue investigates the impact of new technologies on working conditions and workers’ health and safety in industrial sectors, as well as in intellectual professions. It assesses the consequences of the “digital wave” on workers’ health and safety, in areas where they face psychosocial risks, such as technostress, mental fatigue, burnout, musculoskeletal disorders, and other work-related injuries.

    N° 16

  • Journalism, an increasingly precarious profession

    Journalism, an increasingly precarious profession

    There appears to be no end in view to the crisis gripping the mainstream media, the profit statements of the various media companies are far from the only pitiful sight, and information professionals are also feeling the pressure – these are just some of the conclusions to emerge from the analysis of the state of journalism in Europe which appears in this latest issue of HesaMag and which was carried out in collaboration with the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ).

    N° 15

  • Labour inspection: a public service in crisis

    Labour inspection: a public service in crisis

    Labour inspection services across Europe have been going through an existential crisis. With few exceptions, workforces have been reduced while inspectors have been assigned more extensive duties. Faced with these transformations in the world of work, the sheer scale of their mission can leave labour inspectors feeling powerless.

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