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Reference : UMR8097-CLADID-002
Workplace : PARIS 14
Date of publication : Monday, July 15, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 9 months
Expected date of employment : 1 October 2019
Proportion of work : Part time
Remuneration : 1520 euros net, for a quota of 70%
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
At the Maurice Halbwachs Center, the contract researcher will contribute to the research project "The company under negotiation" (ENEGOCI) funded by DARES (Ministry of Labor) and coordinated by Claude Didry.
The REPONSE Survey (Professional Relations and Enterprise Negotiations) is a questionnaire survey of around 5000 companies, aimed at analyzing the interactions between management and employee representatives. Its statistical treatment made it possible to identify a typology leading to the selection of enterprises that are characteristic of certain classes on which monographs are planned (interview surveys).
The recruited person will be in charge of
- of carrying out two monographs, and
- of participating in the realization of the synthesis report on the 12 monographs planned by ENOGI, to be submitted in June 2020.
- Travel is expected - mainly in Ile de France - to carry out the monographs, they will be supported in the case of missions.
PhD in sociology particularly in the field of labor and industrial relations.
- knowledge of collective bargaining, personal representative institutions and recent reforms
- interviews with HR directors, staff representatives and employees on collective bargaining.
- synthesis of monographic reports to identify the characteristic features identified in the monographs.
The Maurice Halbwachs Center (CMH) is a joint research unit (EHESS, ENS, CNRS, Paris Sciences et Lettres) in sociology and social sciences, located in Paris (48 bd Jourdan). The areas of research of the laboratory (from 2019) are: Inequality and Solidarity, Labor, gender class race, Practices of writing and materiality of knowledge, social sciences of politics and law.
The laboratory will provide the recruited person with a workspace, a computer station, and access to all library resources.
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