Introduction to psychosocial risks

Now an integral part of ergonomics at work, these risks can no longer be ignored. It is up to companies to support improvements to the work environment and to make diagnoses to ensure the health and well-being of the teams. Introduction In recent decades there has...

The Karasek model

The Karasek model aims to study the variables related to our decision-making power and to our work constraints. Introduction Until the end of the years 1970, research on psychosocial factors was still blurred and offered a variety of factors that could be a source of...

The Siegrist model

Also called effort/rewards, the model postulates that the efforts made at work are part of a reciprocal contract in which “rewards” are obtained in relation to the work performed (salary, esteem…). Introduction Two decades (1996) after the Karasek...