Creeping Risks of Regular Overtime Work

May 2021. The World Health Organization (WHO) and International Labour Organization (ILO) teamed up for a global study about ischaemic heart disease and its roots in long working hours. WHO and ILO stimulate a debate about possibly overlooked effects of the current pandemic on teleworking or home office work beyond daily news about infections. Time to reflect about narrow perspectives on “labour”, employer-employee relations, the role of productivity enhancing technologies, and taken-for-granted assumptions about causes of disease.Reading time: 6 min

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