22 octobre 2015

2015-078 - Le travail du dimanche en 2014. Près d’1 salarié sur 5 concerné chaque mois

Abonnez-vous aux avis de parution de la DaresEn 2014, 4,2 millions de salariés, soit 18 % d’entre eux, ont travaillé au moins un dimanche sur une période d’observation de quatre semaines. 12 % des salariés déclarent même avoir consacré « au moins deux dimanches » à leur activité professionnelle au cours des quatre semaines considérées.
64 % des salariés qui ont travaillé au moins deux dimanches dans le mois précédent exercent des professions dans les domaines de la sécurité des personnes et des biens, de la continuité de la vie sociale et de la permanence des soins alors que ces trois domaines d’activité n’emploient qu’un peu plus de 27 % de l’ensemble des salariés.
Travailler le dimanche se cumule presque toujours avec le travail le samedi, et souvent avec des horaires tardifs ou variables d’une semaine à l’autre.
Le travail dominical concerne en outre 1,1 million de non-salariés, soit 38 % d’entre eux. Parmi eux, 75 % ont travaillé « au moins deux dimanches » au cours des quatre semaines de référence.

2015-078 - Le travail du dimanche en 2014.

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Security Housekeeping

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . In the last few years, we’ve written quite a lot about online security in this space. One of the keys to security is to use secure passwords. Since really good passwords can be difficult to remember, password managers are really useful, and we’ve reviewed a few, including LastPass (which is being acquired by LogMeIn) and KeePass. Read more...

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Visualizing Your Searches with Trailblazer

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . I’ve been writing about my use of Hypothes.is as a collaborative annotation tool this semester with the students in our introduction to literature class (see my ProfHacker post from this summer on my selection process). The tool so far has been a huge success and the students have been getting a lot out of the process. Read more...

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Tweeting with Collaborators: Group Tweet vs TweetDeck Teams

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . Have you ever worked with a team of different people, all of you needing access to the same Twitter account (representing an organization or project you all work on) at different times? Of course, the intuitive thing to do is to share the password to the account, and to all be logged on to it. Read more...

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6 Steps to Expanding a Successful Online Initiative – Virtually Connecting

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . We have recently been inspired by the growth of our Virtually Connecting at conferences initiative, which we previously wrote about in Beyond Twitter: Virtually Connecting at Conferences. With Virtually Connecting, we facilitate interactive and social conversations among onsite conference presenters and participants with people who are not able to attend, using Google Hangouts on Air. Read more...

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Making Games for Web and iOS with Stencyl

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . In this series, I’ve looked at a lot of newcomer-friendly tools for making games in the classroom or as projects with and for students, including Twine, Scratch, Construct 2, inklewriter, Inform 7, and Adventure Game Studio. While some of these tools are successfully cross-platform, many of the best tools for making graphical games are PC-only. Read more...

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Automating Writing with TextExpander Scripts

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . TextExpander is a slightly terrifying key logger a well-designed, intensely useful app for Mac & iOS that does exactly what it says on the tin: it takes little snippets of text and blows them up into arbitrarily longer ones. Ryan wrote about it 5 years (!?!) ago, and George followed up with a post about using it for grading.
The real power of TextExpander comes into focus when you start to reflect on just how many things are text. For example, scripts are just text. Read more...

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Understanding iOS Diagnostic Logs

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . One of the irritating things about living in the walled garden that is iOS is that Apple isn’t super-forthcoming with human-readable diagnostic information. Fortunately, the internet is usually a helpful place, and Joe Caiati has written an overview of the system logs stored on your phone. Read more...

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Who Speaks at Meetings? Find Out with GenderTimer

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . Nobody really likes meetings, but, at the same time, one has to work with other people. (How unpopular are meetings? It looks like US Office of Strategic Services used typical meeting strategies as guidance for how to sabotage enemy organizations.) The fact that nobody likes meetings, of course, doesn’t mean that we don’t like them in quite the same way. Read more...

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Weekend Reading: Let’s Just Go to Mars Instead

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/profhacker-45.pngBy . Another awful day in higher education, so I will just point to the blog of Ryan Martin, an anger researcher who once had to a teach a class with police officers stationed outside his class. Read more...

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