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La Participation des salariés
Du partage d'information à la codétermination
Dialogue social et performance économiqueSocial dialogue and economic performance
Is there a cause and effect relationship between social dialogue and economic performance? What impact does union action have on the productivity and profitability of businesses? This book seeks to respond to all these questions based on studies conducted in Europe and around the world.
Les discriminations au travail
Femmes, ethnicité, religion, âge, apparence, LGBTWorkplace discriminations
Gender, ethnicity, religion, age, appearance, sexuality.
This book is the first of its kind to propose a series of measures that demonstrate that workplace discrimination is not a forgone conclusion and can be challenged, beyond simple punitive approaches.
Améliorer les appariements sur le marché du travailImproving labor market matching
This book weighs the relative importance of the various factors involved in this discrepancy in labor market supply and demand: those looking for work may not have the skills businesses are looking for; they may not live in the regions where jobs are being created; recruiters and jobseekers may not have access to relevant information.
Travail et santéWork and Health
The relationship between individuals' health and the labour market has been the subject of many debates and a substantial amount of legislation. The current legislative frameworks do not sufficiently take into account these interactions, further increased by the ageing population, and professional careers that are longer and les ssecure.
Les Accidents de carrièreCareer pitfalls
This volume provides a typology of career pitfalls in order to better understand them and to develop policies to manage them.
Les Nouvelles inégalités du travail
Pourquoi l'emploi se polariseNew work-based inequalities
The polarisation of the labour market
The polarisation of the labour market affects most countries and has become a striking phenomenon over the last two decades. It has led to an explosion in wage gaps and an increased risk of unemployment and insecurity. Is this phenomenon inevitable ?
Performance sociale, financement et réformes de l'enseignement supérieurSocial performance, funding and reforming education
Ideally universities would provide opportunities for their students, remedy the massive undergraduate failure rates, and still be open to all. But is it possible to attain these objectives and maintain almost entirely non-feepaying higher education ?
Politiques de l'emploi
Apprendre de l'expérienceEmployment Policies
Learning from experience
This book describes the modalities of a relevant evaluation of labor market actions, which often involves the setting up of control groups, a practice that is not widely practiced in France. It also outlines the main findings of randomized studies in North America and Europe.