HUKUKİ VE PSİKOLOJİK BOYUTUYLA GECE KAVRAMI

Çalışma zamanı ve süresi, çalışanların günlük hayatını ve psikolojik halini etkileyen bir değişken olarak karşımıza çıkmak - tadır. Günümüzde çalışma hayatının getirdiği yükler, çalışma düzen - lerindeki değişimler, çalışma süresi ve yoğunluğundaki yükselme ile maddi ihtiyaç ve beklentilerdeki artışlarla birlikte gece çalışmaları ve vardiyalarının insan psikolojisi üzerindeki etkisi de gittikçe artış gös - termektedir. Bu durumun yanı sıra iş sağlığı, iş hukuku, ceza hukuku ve çalışma psikolojisi alanlarındaki gelişmeler, çalışanların iş hayatı ile sağlığı arasındaki ilişkinin incelenmesi açısından büyük değer ta - şımaktadır.

THE CONCEPT OF NIGHT WITH LEGAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS

Working time and working hours are considered as a variable that affcts employees’ daily lives and psychological states. Nowadays the burdens of working life together with the changes of work order, increases in working hours and intensity, the rise of financial needs and expectations, the effcts of night works and shifts on human psychology show gradual increase. Apart from this situation improvements in the areas of occupational health, labour law, criminal law and psychology of working have great importance in terms of studying the relationship between employees’ working life and health.

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