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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Lean Production And Psychosocial Risks: The Case Of A Multinational Merger In A Metallurgical Company In Brazil [lean Production E Riscos Psicossociais: O Caso De Uma Fusão Multinacional De Grupo Metalmecânico No Brasil]|
Correa Filho H.R.
|Abstract:||This study focused on the method known as “lean production” as a work-related psychosocial risk factor in a Brazilian multinational auto parts company after its merger with other multinational companies. The authors conducted a qualitative analysis of two time points: the first using on-site observation and key interviews with managers and workers during implementation of lean production in 1996; the second, 16 years later, comparing data from a document search in labor inspection records from the Ministry of Labor and Employment and legal proceedings initiated by the Office of the Public Prosecutor for Labor Affairs. The merger led to layoffs, replacements, and an increase in the workday. A class action suit was filed on grounds of aggravated working conditions. The new production model led to psychosocial risks that increased the need for workers’ health precautions when changes in the production process introduced new and increased risks of physical and mental illnesses.|
|Editor:||Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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