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CT_Employeurs : Labour conditions - employers section

Years : RPS_2016, 2019, 2013

Producer : Ministry of Labour (DARES)

The Working Conditions survey was only conducted in the North of France until 2005, with the objective of providing information to complement that of the Employment survey on working conditions. In 2013 the survey was extended to cover certain topics in greater depth and to address new issues such as exposure to psychosocial risks. Since then, every three years, a CT survey dedicated to psychosocial risks (CT-RPS) has been conducted, with a larger number of questions on this subject and a CT survey describing working conditions in greater detail. Since 2013, the CT-RPS survey has been carried out in two parts: an "individual" part based on questioning a sample of employees, and an "employer" part based on a questionnaire sent by post to employers, including the employees surveyed. The "employer" component provides a better understanding of the risks and prevention of these risks in French establishments, and also enables the data from the two components to be compared in order to assess, as far as possible, convergences or divergences in the opinions of employees and their employers on their working conditions. The employer survey is carried out on two samples: the first is randomly drawn from the business register (French Sirene), the second is based on the responses of employers of employees who completed the "individuals" section of the survey, provided that the establishment has 10 employees or more. The field covers metropolitan France and four overseas departments (Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guiana and Reunion). It includes establishments in all sectors, market or not, public or private, and of all sizes.

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