Suffering and work: two dimensions that have evolved in parallel since the beginning of the industrial era, two concepts that have become more and more prevalent and that have led researchers and practitioners in organizations to analyze their relationships in an increasingly complex economic and social context. This book aims to change the perspective usually adopted, by inviting researchers from different horizons (management sciences, economics, sociology, psychology, medicine) to question the responsibility of the company in the processes that lead to suffering at work. This question is all the more relevant since, beyond its management and communication methods and its economic imperatives of production, the company affirms an ethical will that finds its expression in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility).