Covid : Hypersurveillance high tech au travail

Covid : Hypersurveillance high tech au travail

On les compte par dizaines, apparaissant chaque jour dans les bureaux, les usines, les ateliers, les commerces. Les technologies et applications de surveillance se multiplient depuis que le Covid s’est installé dans notre quotidien. Contrôles de température, détecteurs de respect de la distanciation physique, « passeports » de santé numériques, hypersurveillance du


Webconférence : Comment observer l’impact de la transition écologique sur les métiers et les compétences ?

France stratégie organise une webconférence le mercredi 14 octobre 2020, de 14h30 à 16h, sur le thème « Comment observer l’impact de la transition écologique sur les métiers et les compétences ? » Intégrer les préoccupations écologiques dans l’activité économique implique de transformer les emplois, les compétences et les formations.


Vers un nouveau paradigme de management : Et si on tenait compte de l’homme ?

Divorcés les employés et employeurs, à l’arrêt la pensée managériale, volatilisés les milliers de milliards de fusions, financiarisées les missions d’État telles que recherche, éducation, santé, sécurité ; l’homme est malade de travailler comme on le lui demande, selon des protocoles et plus selon son métier. Une des conséquences :


Working in 2020: meaning or nothing!

::: 28/04 – Le « Forum NewWork : le Travail du Futur » est organisé en parallèle du salon Produrable, les 27, 28 et 29 avril 2020. Une master class est organisée le mardi 28 avril, de 9h à 10h30, sur le thème « Travailler en 2020 : du sens,


The commons, for another future of work

"Nothing will ever be the same again. " This sentence, it's been resonating on the web for the past few weeks. With containment, a tidal wave of questions about tomorrow's world is surging across our screens. And the future of work occupies a central place in this questioning (e.g. here and there). In fact, this

universal basic income

Pandemic Creates Basic Income Urgency

In addition to the health risks it poses to everyone, the Covid-19 pandemic is causing a partial or total loss of income for many. The French Movement for a Basic Income (MFRB) considers it more necessary than ever to establish a sustainable universal income. This is what Spain has just done:


Work metamorphosis

Métamorphose du travail, by Christine Afriat with the participation of Evelyne Bertin, Eric Hauet, Emily Lecourtois, Olivier Lejeune, Alain Petitjean - Editions Economica, March 2020 Artificial intelligence, robotics, 3D printing, industry 4.0, connected objects, blockchain are some of the threats that technological evolution poses to existing jobs. Beyond


Coworking in all its states

:::06/02 - Colliers International and the IFOP Institute are organising a meeting on Thursday 6 February, from 8.30 to 10.30 am, to present their new study "Coworking in all its states", based on feedback and cross views from operators, companies and coworkers. Colliers International and the IFOP institute have prepared a study


The Job & Studies Impact Fair

ChangeNOW, the first Universal Exhibition of Innovations for the Planet, is organising the 3rd edition of their Impact Job & Studies Fair: the first recruitment fair dedicated to impact for people looking for meaning in their daily professional life or studies, which will take place on Saturday 1st

The future of work

New generations want a different relationship to work

The fourth industrial revolution is here. Since the arrival of digital tools in the workplace, the transformation of companies is unprecedented. Abolishing borders, reducing distances and speeding up time, digital technology has destabilized the entire organization of work. The new generations aspire to a new relationship to work woven on


It's time to reinvent the job!

A new organisation of work is gaining momentum: coworking. The collective is moving towards collaboration, living together is organized around spaces of value that form a community, innovation in use takes precedence over technological advances: development of a digital, collaborative, mobile culture, ... A fertile environment for business creation, innovation and innovation.

Universal Income

Amartya Sen and the Income Base

Amartya Sen, the Indian economist and philosopher Amartya Sen, sometimes referred to as the "Nobel of the poor" [1], is today one of the most influential intellectuals in the world. His writings are recognized for their major contribution to the analysis of inequalities and reflections on justice. Deeply affected by the famine in Bengal

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