Christelle Casse

Associate Researcher

Background

After training at university in Paris, Christelle worked for 10 years as an ergonomics consultant on occupational health and safety issues across many sectors of industry and services, particularly in relation to work organisation. In 2015, she obtained a PhD in ergonomics, for which she conducted an action research project on learning from experience in a company operating road tunnels. Christelle was a member of PACTE, a social sciences research centre at the University of Grenoble, where she led a post-doctoral research project in partnership with EDF on learning in teams managing nuclear power plant outages.

Areas of activity

MSD, PSR, gender at work, aging at work, standardization, digitalization

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Christelle Casse, Marianne De Troyer

Gender, working conditions and health

In Europe, despite equal treatment laws that mainly concern wages and non-discrimination between individuals, the gendered division of labour is still present: men and women do not work in the same professions and, when they work in similar occupations, their work activity, work experience, opportunities for professional promotion and remuneration... Find out more

Laurent Vogel, Mehmet Koksal, Berta Chulvi, ...

The real work of art

This issue explores several aspects of art as work. As a collective work of many, often invisible labourers. As a work generally carried out under conditions of great precarity and in which physical risks are often overlooked. As a work which often goes unpaid under the pretext that the practitioners are driven by passion. And indeed, what helps... Find out more