Les plateformes créent des emplois… non-salariés pour mieux « libérer » le travail

Face au changement constant du marché du travail et de l’incertitude sur la pérennité de l’emploi, les esprits font preuves d’ingéniosité dans le système D. L’idée est d’être actif, de combler, dans un premier les besoins primaires (manger, payer ses factures). Et plus, si affinité.

Il est absolument clair que les mentalités et habitudes doivent être modifiées.
Croyez-vous que cet article pointe dans la bonne direction?

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Les plateformes créent des emplois … non-salariés pour mieux “libérer” le travail

Weekend

The good thing with weekends is that we can forget about all stress accumulated during the week, all worries about our job performance, about these unhealthy relationshisp that we may have with bosses, workmates, customers, and … and …

Bref, enjoy the weekend! Haha.

Be a little like Sia in Cheap Thrills: “Come on, come on, turn the radio on, It’s Friday night and it won’t be long, gotta do my hair, put my make up, it’s Friday night and it won’t be long till I hit the dance floor, hit the dance floor.”Well, you see what I mean.

So I went last night with my besty in a Café, where I (re)discover the taste of tiramisu. A delight for the taste. Yummy! 😀

What am I up to for tonight? Will I “paint my nails, put my high heels on, it’s Saturday and it won’t be long till I hit the dancefloor, hit the dancefloor”?

And because I want to keep having this funky mood I’m in … Sia – Cheap Thrills (Audio) – ft Nicky Jam

Enjoy your weekend 😉

 

Why do we work so hard?

We probably have a work that excite our intellect, our creativity instinct or simply leave us content. Maybe happy, for some. We also spent all our time at and for work.  Why do we work so hard?

Stop Spending So Much Time In Your Head

Stop Spending So Much Time In Your Head

That is my thing, right?
And also my friends’. What about my neighbours? Probably not. Or may be, yes.
They just don’t voice it. Is that yours?

Flexibility … even at work?

An employee satisfied is an employee that brings a lot to the company, contribute to the improvement, advancement in objective, profitability and so and so.

An happy employee brings happiness in the workplace. Make it a place where we feel comfortable, inspired. And so, and so.

Companies do their most to attract talents, people that don’t necessarily have the talent that companies are looking for, but have talents. Amongs these perks, work and time flexibility.

I’m the first to ask what type of flexibility a company offers, either time or workplace. Let’s face it, we still need bills to be paid, but we appreciate enjoy our personal life. With the use of technology, something can be done for that.

But … Everyone likes flex time but we punish women who use it

 

Des mots pour des maux? New sicknesses skills?

English version below

Des mots pour des maux?

Parmi les choses extraordinaires qu’a permit la globalisation, est cette généralisation d’entretiens de performance, d’attributions de bonus à la même période de l’année pour tous.

C’est aussi durant cette période que les changements de postes, de fonctions, d’établissements vont bon train. Tout dépend de la satisfaction ou non de ce qui est (ou va) rentrer dans notre porte-monnaie. Parce que même si l’on a cette âme de philanthrope, il faut quand même payer factures et impôts.

Nous avons tous besoin de se sentir valorisé pour le travail que l’on fait. Nous n’avons peut-être pas les mêmes clés de succès, mais, oui, ça fait toujours du bien de savoir que notre travail est apprécié. Une (petite) tape sur l’épaule est bien plus facilement acceptée et bénéfique qu’une claque au visage.

Malheureusement, le sentiment général va vers une impersonnalisation de l’individu. Tout est fait pour une assimilation totale et exclusive, permettant la création de clones certifiés conformes à l’original. La question étant: quel original? Des open-spaces pour agglutiner ces moutons en décadence, des réunions d’équipes pour aligner les objectifs communs et être certains que ces moutons élevés à la sauce corporate les aient bien en tête.

D’où la naissance de ces nouveaux maux qui n’ont plus de mots pour les décrire. En tout cas, en français. On les emprunte. Et ça donne: burn out, bore out, brown out. A quand le suivant? … Tout ça à cause de ces bullshit jobs, qui finissent pour nous dégoûter de nous-mêmes.

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English version

New sicknesses skills?

Amongst things that globalisation allows, is this generalisation of perfomance reviews, bonus allocations at the same time of the year … for the whole planet.

This is during this time that roles, jobs, company changes are dancing all over the place. Depending on the level of satisfaction, or not on the money that is coming in the wallet. Because truth to be said, even a philantropy needs to pay bills and taxes.

We all need to be and feel valued for the work that we are doing. We may not have the same drives to success, but, yes, a slap on the back, a smooth touch on the shoulders are way more accepted and beneficial than this slap in our face.

Unfortunately, the commun behaviour goes toward a depersonalisation of the individual. Everything is done in a way to have a complete and exclusive assimilation. Allowing that way the creation of perfect clones conform to the original. The question been: which original? Open spaces to agglutinate these decadent sheeps, team meetings to align common objectives, and make sure these same sheep raised to Corporate salsa have stuck them in their head.

Hence, the birth of these new sicknesses which borrowed words from different purposes, mixed: burn-out, bore-out, brown-out. What’s next? All these because of these bullshit jobs, which make us depising us a little more each day.

Is Gender Equality Really Exist?

And to which extend? How can we say that a country is safer for female population or not? What are the criteria? In the chart, I don’t see India. Does this support the analysis made?

I know … This post is a little different than the one I usually post, but I can’t be insentive to this topic.

 

Today, Nigel Farage said that Malmö in Sweden was the rape capital of Europe, accusing the large influx of refugees for causing an increasing in crime and violence. Donald Trump made a similar confused reference to Sweden in a rally recently. If you look at reported rapes, Sweden has indeed one of the highest rates […]

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