In order to reach this objective, open interviews individual and collective were done, and informal talks were carried out with workers and trade unionists. Data analyses obtained allow us to conclude that the topics introduced in the managerial discourse do not deal at all with work humanization but with wider exploitation of the workforce. The data indicate that the organization model adopted for the companies focused on in this research results primarily in the increase of mental suffering and illness among workers.
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