Le contrôle des risques psychosociaux, réponses organisationnelles dans un nouveau champ institutionnel.

Abstract : Today, psychosocial risks at work (PSR) are major challenges for organizations, both for the employee’s psychosocial health and for the company’s economic health. But current risk management and occupational health and safety devices are inadequate for this new class of risk. That explains the difficulty organizations have with taking them into account. PSR remains quite invisible for managers because the usual risk assessment focuses on the individual and does not call the organization into question. This doctoral dissertation offers several reflections and management control projects that lead to modelling a tool for managing RPS. This tool integrates their organizational aspects and incorporates the many expectations of organizations and their environments. Based on neo-institutional theories, we propose a new reading of the institutionalization process in an organizational field undergoing structuration. This view is proven to work in light of new health care expectations organizations have and the responses they may deliver. Management tools play multiple yet decisive roles in defining the institutional process. This thesis aims to contribute to the future of RPS management, which might help shape a prevention policy based prior to when the effects on workers’ health appear.
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Jean-Christophe Vuattoux. Le contrôle des risques psychosociaux, réponses organisationnelles dans un nouveau champ institutionnel. . Gestion et management. Université de Lorraine, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LORR0174⟩. ⟨tel-01752378v2⟩

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