Las nuevas relaciones laborales de bienestar y salud en el trabajo: la gerencialización del cuerpo en el caso del Reino Unido

Palabras clave: salud laboral, estrés, sindicatos, conflicto, empresa

Resumen

La ampliación de programas y políticas en cuestiones de salud mental y estrés laboral se ha visto impulsada por una paulatina toma de conciencia sobre su creciente presencia en el lugar de trabajo, lo que se debe, en parte, a la concienciación de los trabajadores y los expertos críticos sobre el actual aumento en la intensificación del trabajo, así como también del acoso y la violencia en el mismo. En términos generales, las tensiones en relación con la salud y la seguridad están ganando repercusión y, por lo tanto, reflejan una ampliación (y una lucha por) de los derechos involucrados. Estos derechos han venido evolucionando recientemente a medida que las cuestiones de las condiciones de trabajo se deterioran debido a la demanda de nuevas formas de cambio organizativo y de financiación.

Palabras clave: salud laboral, estrés, sindicatos, conflicto, empresa.

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2021-04-28
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