Years : 2017, 2010-2011, 2004-2005, 1998-1999
Producer : Ministry of Labour (DARES)
Authorisation : Comité du Secret Statistique
Conducted every six years since 1993, the aim of the Survey on Labour Relations and Agreement Negotiations is to understand the dynamics of industrial relations between management, employee representative bodies and employees. It is therefore made up of three sections: "management representative", "staff representative" and "employees". The "employees" section interviews a random sample of employees from all establishments contacted to participate in the survey through a mail survey, and it includes information on: - The function of the employees surveyed, - The organization of work and the opinion regarding working conditions, - The relationship with the hierarchy, the vision of staff representation and employee participation. The scope of the survey includes establishments in the commercial and associative sectors (excluding agriculture) in metropolitan France excluding Corsica. Establishments may be fully-fledged companies or only one of the establishments of a company. Since 2011, only establishments with 11 or more employees are surveyed.
Example of data content for REPONSE_salariés : Survey on labour relations and agreement negotiations - employees section
A version of these data is available at Adisp (Quetelet-Progedo Diffusion) in which more detailed data don't exist.
Projects using this data source (48)
Le télétravail du point de vue des entreprises : Implications en termes de décisions de localisation employeur-employé, de productivité, de salaires et de bien-être
Study staff representatives to better understand working relationships and the conditions for sharing the added value
Reorganisation of usages and practices of company level social dialogue in a context of socio-productive and instituional change
Complementarity (simultaneous or sequential) between technological, organisational and environmental innovations: impacts on performance
La représentation syndicale des femmes, de l’adhésion à la prise de responsabilités : une inclusion socialement sélective
Why Local Adaptation Sometimes Fails to be Effective for MNEs: Exploring the Dynamics of Collective Bonuses, Egalitarianism, and Informal Norms
Entitled to Leave: the Impact of Unemployment Insurance Eligibility on Employment Duration and Job Quality
Other sources in the same theme (57)
REPONSE_direction : Survey on labour relations and agreement negotiations - management representatives section
REPONSE_personnel : Survey on labour relations and agreement negotiations - staff representatives section
ACEMO-PIPA : Labour force activity and working conditions - survey on employees profit-sharing, incentive plans, savings plans and share ownership
Persistent Identifiers (DOI)
Data citation and persistent identifiers (DOI - Digital Object Identifier) for each year.