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European Agency for Safety and Health at Work

Maria Caprile, Juan Arasanz and Pablo Sanz in collaboration with Feliciano Iudicone and Frédéric Turlan  for the fieldwork and Märt Masso for the peer-review

Telework and health risks in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from the field and policy implications
 

Executive Summary

 

Contents
Introduction
Teleworking patterns
Psychosocial risks
Changes in job content
Work intensification
Isolation and intense virtual team collaboration
Work-life conflict
Musculoskeletal disorders and other physical issues
Moderating factors
Autonomy
Control and organisational support
Social dialogue and collective bargaining at company level
Regulatory trends at national level
Policy pointers


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fonte: osha.europa.eu

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