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Alexandra-Georgiana Vâlcelaru: The Psychosocial Risks Encountered by Employees in the Digital Economy...

DOI: http://doi.org/10.47743/jss-2021-67-4-16

Abstract: Although it can be considered as an answer to many of the problems faced by the parties of an employment relationship, digital work, regardless of the form in which it is performed, exposes workers to a number of psychosocial risks, such as harm to their physical and mental health, but also to their well-being. The most conclusive example is the one provided by the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic, which redefined employment relations, but also brought to the attention the problem of the burnout syndrome faced by the digital workers. In this context, internationally, both states, through ammendments of the legislation, and employees, through internal policies try to reduce the burnout phenomenon, one of the most important measures being the regulation of the digital workers right to disconnect.

Keywords: digital economy; telework; platform work; right to disconnect; burnout

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