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Des emplois soutenables dans les associations ? la part du genre

Abstract : The question of "employment sustainability" aims to assess the extent to which job characteristics enable its sustainability both economically and socially. Assess the sustainability of associative employment therefore implies a reference to a set of consensus standards establishing what is a quality job. Research of recent years have revealed the rather poor quality of these jobs, questioning the accountability of the sector in general deterioration of employment conditions. In a gender perspective, we show that the quality standards of employment are not neutral, but different for men or women jobs. Thus, associative employment might be termed 'female'. But we also show that in the recent period, the women's relationship to employment has been transformed, so these standards are questioned. A different set of "employment sustainability" standards for both women and associations is now required.
Mots-clés : emploi associations genre
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Annie Dussuet, Erika Flahault. Des emplois soutenables dans les associations ? la part du genre. Travail, organisations et politiques publiques : quelle " soutenabilité " à l'heure de la mondialisation ?, Presses Universitaires de Louvain, pp. 159-172., 2012, Cahiers du Cirtes, hors série n°2. ⟨halshs-00777036⟩



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