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Pravo na isključivanje: istraživanje praksi u poduzećima

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9 rujna 2021
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Preuzimanje
Autor(i): 
Weber, Tina

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  • Home-based teleworkers are twice as likely to exceed the 48-hour working time limit as workers onsite and are significantly more likely to work in their free time. Following the shift to telework during the pandemic, this is likely to lead to more hybrid working arrangements in the future, putting the spotlight on whether existing labour legislation is fit for purpose.
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  • Home-based teleworkers are twice as likely to exceed the 48-hour working time limit as workers onsite and are significantly more likely to work in their free time. Following the shift to telework during the pandemic, this is likely to lead to more hybrid working arrangements in the future, putting the spotlight on whether existing labour legislation is fit for purpose.
  • The experience of the first four Member States that have introduced rules and agreements on the right to disconnect prior to 2021 has demonstrated the pivotal role of the social partners in ensuring these rules are translated into reality on the ground. In countries with weaker industrial relations, legislation can provide a fallback option to ensure minimum standards are met.
  • The introduction of the right to disconnect in companies has revealed that a ‘soft’ approach through awareness raising, training and the management of out of hours connection is more common than a ‘hard disconnection’, which severs access to company communication during specific times.
  • New agreements and texts addressing the right to disconnect will need to consider the issues that lead to the ‘perceived’ need for constant connection, such as workload, lack of training and work processes that feed overconnection. High-level buy-in and regular reinforcement of the message on the importance of the right to disconnect will be critical for its success.
  • Although evidence of the impact of the right to disconnect on employee health and well-being, work–life balance, gender equality and company performance is lacking, social partners’ experiences at company level suggest that positive changes in company culture are taking place following the introduction of the right to disconnect.
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Zahvaljujući digitalnim tehnologijama brojni radnici svoj posao mogu obavljati bilo kada i bilo gdje, iz čega proizlaze određene prednosti i nedostatci. Podatci Eurofounda pokazuju da su radnici koji rade na daljinu dvostruko skloniji prekoračenju 48-satnog ograničenja radnog vremena, da se nedovRead more

Zahvaljujući digitalnim tehnologijama brojni radnici svoj posao mogu obavljati bilo kada i bilo gdje, iz čega proizlaze određene prednosti i nedostatci. Podatci Eurofounda pokazuju da su radnici koji rade na daljinu dvostruko skloniji prekoračenju 48-satnog ograničenja radnog vremena, da se nedovoljno odmaraju te da rade u slobodno vrijeme, što utječe na njihovo fizičko i mentalno zdravlje. Kako bi se taj problem riješio, poziva se na uvođenje „prava na isključivanje”. Ovo se izvješće temelji na studijama slučaja u kojima se analiziraju provedba i utjecaj prava na isključivanje na razini radnog mjesta. Ono se nadovezuje na prethodno Eurofoundovo istraživanje u okviru kojeg je utvrđeno povećanje broja kolektivnih ugovora kojima se predviđa pravo na isključivanje u zemljama u kojima je to pravo utvrđeno u zakonodavstvu. Zbog izraženog porasta učestalosti rada na daljinu kao posljedice pandemije bolesti COVID-19 važnost postizanja bolje ravnoteže između prilika i izazova povezanih s radom na daljinu i fleksibilnim radom utemeljenim na IKT-u veća je nego ikad.

 

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Formats and languages

  • Izvješće

    Broj stranica: 
    70
    Referentni broj: 
    EF21049
    ISBN: 
    978-92-897-2186-8
    Kataložni broj: 
    TJ-05-21-238-EN-N
    DOI: 
    10.2806/748556
    Catalogue info

    Pravo na isključivanje: istraživanje praksi u poduzećima

    Autor(i): 
    Weber, Tina

    Oblici

    Upućivanje na ovu publikaciju: 

    Eurofound (2021), Right to disconnect: Exploring company practices, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg.

  • Executive summary

    Referentni broj: 
    EF21049EN1
    Catalogue info

    Pravo na isključivanje: istraživanje praksi u poduzećima

    Autor(i): 
    Eurofound

    Dostupno za preuzimanje na 22 jezika

    Preuzimanje
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  • Tables and graphs

    The report contains the following lists of tables and figures.

    List of tables

    Table 1: Main opportunities and risks of ICT-based mobile work for work and employment

    Table 2: Reasons for an absence of debate on the right to disconnect, mid-2020

    Table 3: Case study companies and dates of texts containing the right to disconnect

    Table 4: Dates, titles, nature, signatories, scope and coverage of the texts analysed

    Table 5: Modalities and key features of connection and disconnection

    Table 6: Main approaches to monitoring used by case study companies

    Table 7: Qualitative and quantitative evidence gathered on implementation and impact of the right to disconnect

    List of figures

    Figure 1: Teleworking during the pandemic, July 2020 (%)

    Figure 2: Share of employees in different ICT-based flexible arrangements working in their free time daily or weekly, 2015 (%)

    Figure 3: Experience of teleworking and working hours during the COVID-19 pandemic, July 2020 (%)

    Figure 4: Share of emails received outside of regular working hours that were addressed immediately (%)

    Figure 5: Preferences regarding telework post pandemic by teleworking status, July 2020 (%)

    Figure 6: Right to disconnect and status of legislation and debate in EU Member States, mid-2021

    Figure 7: Key elements of hard and soft approaches to disconnection

Istraživanja provedena prije datuma povlačenja Ujedinjene Kraljevine iz Europske unije, odnosno prije 31. siječnja 2020., i naknadno objavljena mogu sadržavati podatke koji se odnose na 28 država članica EU-a. Nakon tog datuma istraživanja obuhvaćaju samo 27 država članica EU-a (tj. EU28 bez UK-a) ako nije drugačije navedeno.

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