Are public sector workers happier ? : A comparative analysis of public and private sector workers

Abord de Chatillon, Emmanuel (AE, CERAG, Université Grenoble-Alpes) ; Branchet, Bénédicte (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France) ; Desmarais, Céline (Haute école d’ingénierie et de gestion du canton de Vaud, HES-SO // Haute Ecole Spécialisée de Suisse Occidentale)

This article proposes to examine whether the workin g conditions of employees are influenced by the sector, public or private, in which they work. More precisely, does the nature of the sector lead to special working conditions? Are working conditions in the public sector really better than in the private sector? This question is studied using a national represent ative data base of French employees developed by the French Ministry of Labor which holds informatio n on 48,000 individuals. It is analyzed using Test Value percent (TV100) and data mining techniques. The results show that the sector, public or private , is not a leading variable structuring working conditions, although differences in working conditi ons are perceptible at the sector level. These results then are discussed in the light of di fference, convergence and hybridization hypotheses before returning to the description of how interact ions at work are regulated.


Type de conférence:
full paper
Faculté:
Economie et Services
Ecole:
HEIG-VD Haute Ecole d’Ingénierie et de Gestion du Canton de Vaud
Institut:
Institut Interdisciplinaire du Développement de l’Entreprise
Classification:
Économie/gestion
Adresse bibliogr.:
Cheonan, Korea, 16-18 July 2015
Date:
Cheonan, Korea
16-18 July 2015
2015
Pagination:
26 p.
Publié dans
Proceedings of the Korean Association for Public Administration (KAPA) International Conference 2015
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