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Abstract : While studies state some relevant elements about employee surveillance by the enterprise,rare are the ones analysing such a practice at sea, on board ships. In this context, particularattention is drawn to the consequences on working conditions of the workers who are grantedfunctional autonomy, in a singular environment where private and working lives are mixedup. One could even question the distinction of the two spheres. However, the dichotomyremains crucial for French labour law, which enshrines in particular employee well-being.Particularities arising from the very human activities at sea, the working environment and thepurposes of the monitoring and security devices justify some adjustments.

Résumé : Si les études existantes rapportent des éléments tout à fait pertinents s-agissant de la surveillance des salariés par leur entreprise, rares sont celles évoquant cette pratique en mer, à bord des navires. Une attention particulière est ici consacrée aux conséquences de la surveillance sur les conditions de travail de salariés bénéficiant d-une autonomie fonctionnelle, dans un environnement tout à fait singulier, où vie privée et vie professionnelle s-entremêlent, jusqu-à parfois interroger l-existence même d-une distinction des deux sphères. Pourtant, la dichotomie reste essentielle au regard du droit du travail qui consacre notamment le bien-être et la qualité de vie au travail des salariés. Elle est l-objet d-infléchissements justifiés par les particularismes tant des activités salariées en mer, du milieu de travail que des finalités poursuivies par les dispositifs de surveillance. Abstract If existing studies state some relevant elements about employee surveillance by the enterprise, rare are the ones analysing such a practice at sea, on board ships. In this context, particular attention is drawn to the consequences on working conditions of the workers who are granted functional autonomy, in a singular environment where private and working lives are mixed up. One could even question the distinction of the two spheres. However, the dichotomy remains crucial for French labour law, which enshrines in particular employee well-being. Particularities arising from the very human activities at sea, the working environment and the purposes of the monitoring and security devices justify some adjustments. 1 The French version of this paper is to be published in Droit maritime français.

Keywords : seafarers law Surveillance





Autor: Cédric Leboeuf -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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