Portraits de travailleurs: Comprendre la qualité de vie au travail

Diviyan Kalainathan 1 Olivier Goudet 1 Philippe Caillou 1, 2 Michele Sebag 2, 1 Paola Tubaro 2, 1 Emilie Bourdu 3 Thierry Weil 3
1 TAU - TAckling the Underspecified
LRI - Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, UP11 - Université Paris-Sud - Paris 11, Inria Saclay - Ile de France, CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique : UMR8623
Abstract : Who are the French workers? In what conditions do they work and how do they feel at work? Our exploitation of the latest Dares Working Conditions Survey (2013) answers these questions. Several profiles of individuals are thus defined by considering on the one hand their objective working conditions (working hours, remuneration, nuisances ...) and, on the other hand, their feelings about work (well-being, tensions, pride , feeling of being more or less well paid ...). This approach reveals, among other things, that one in five employees are exposed to difficult working conditions. We also note that management plays a key role in the employee's quality of life at work, which deteriorates very strongly when tensions arise with his or her management. We also note that job satisfaction obeys complex rules - that the company does not control all - and that the autonomy of the employee has a positive influence on his quality of life at work, but up to a certain threshold - after which it becomes an additional source of tension.
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Diviyan Kalainathan, Olivier Goudet, Philippe Caillou, Michele Sebag, Paola Tubaro, et al.. Portraits de travailleurs: Comprendre la qualité de vie au travail. Presses des Mines; Note n. 19 de La Fabrique de l'Industrie, 2017, 978-2-35671-486-2. ⟨hal-01665423⟩

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