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connected object health

NUMII, the connected object that is revolutionizing occupational health

Saviez-vous que le travail pouvait entraîner un certain nombre de troubles appelés « musculo-squelettiques » ? Quelles sont les postures et quels sont les mouvements qui présentent un risque ? Dans quelle mesure le caractère répétitif et le rythme du travail influent sur ces troubles musculo-squelettiques ? Aujourd’hui, grâce à un nouvel objet connecté,

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Labour market

Towards an uberisation of the labour market?

Almost a year ago, we informed our readers of Microsoft's takeover of LinkedIn and discussed the risk of an algorithmic takeover of the labour market. A recent study published by the firm Xerfi on "the recruitment market" states that Microsoft now has all the necessary tools to manage the recruitment market.

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Territories with zero unemployment

"Zero Unemployment Territories": the initiative that wants to use people's desires to create their jobs.

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An unemployment rate that is stagnating at over 10%, with 2.5 million long-term unemployed. Faced with the ineffectiveness of policies, the ATD Fourth World association proposes another way: to really start from the skills of job seekers, to create activities of general interest, and not lists of

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digital conversion

The digital revolution will either be the skills revolution or it will not be the skills revolution.

La révolution numérique sera celle des compétences ou ne sera pas, selon une nouvelle étude d’Accenture Strategy. La majorité des employés pensent que les nouvelles technologies auront un impact positif sur leur travail, même s’ils sont lucides quant à l’automatisation d’une partie de leurs activités. Ils estiment que ces technologies

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applied neurosciences

The virtues of agile projects - Experience the pleasure of learning and surpassing oneself

Over the past few decades, projects have transformed the way people work together. In essence, they have confronted the power relationships associated with silos, forcing the organization to invent inter-directorate committees. They have challenged relational skills and forced technicians to discover negotiation. This learning process has

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Patrick Cingolani

Algocratic" capitalism

Patrick Cingolani, professor of sociology at the University of Paris Diderot, analyses the new relationships and working conditions of this new "demand economy" embodied by Uber. He asks us a burning question: Is having an algorithm as a boss more enslaving than a human manager? According to the author of

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Future of work

Crisis, structural unemployment, digital revolution: what if we saw work differently?

At a time when France is worried about the demonstrations on the Labour Law, wonders about the famous inversion of the unemployment curve, is anxious about the increasing automation of societies, this analysis by economics professor Yann Moulier-Boutang, is welcome. For it proposes a new way of looking at work and evaluates the avenues for innovation.

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Metling report

Mettling Report: The Duty to Disconnect

Will the Mettling report change the way the digital transformation is conducted in business? And does it boil down to adapting people to the digital machinery, whose market development is essential and good? Or is it the other way around? Bruno Mettling, Deputy CEO of Orange, handed over in September

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economy of l&1TP3Q039;innovation

The invisible production factor

In this somewhat difficult article, the author defends the following thesis: the mixing of profiles and experiences, the conferred and shared confidence, the recognized training capacity of certain individuals constitute three of the major conditions for the creation of original ideas, the source of all growth, by conferring a "global optimum" to the

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