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Trajectoires intérimaires, services de santé au travail et d’accompagnement social

Abstract : In France today there are more than two million temporary workers, temping having become the main form of access to employment for a significant share of laborers, low-skilled workers, and young adults. Sociologically rather homogeneous, the population of temporary workers is nonetheless very mobile, periodic, and difficult to define. The share of this population concentrated in the most onerous and risky sectors and jobs experiences very difficult employment, working, and living conditions. Temporary employees are especially likely to be overexposed to work-related risk while being very isolated when problems do arise. The study presented here focuses on how systems for workplace health oversight and prevention function and the recourse available to this “public” that has long been identified as especially vulnerable.It shows that when it comes to occupational health, the way various actors are organized and their attitudes impede effective oversight and prevention. Moreover, when accidents, sickness, handicap, or the wear of age occur, temporary employees may find themselves quite helpless, with or without these systems for recourse and protection
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Frédérique Barnier. Trajectoires intérimaires, services de santé au travail et d’accompagnement social. Trajectoires professionnelles et dispositifs publics en action, Université Paris Dauphine; CEE; IDHE; IRES; Irisso; LEST; LISE; Printemps, Jun 2014, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02173620⟩



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