La spécificité de la représentation des journalistes en question : les implications de la loi du 20 août 2008 dans le secteur de la presse

Abstract : In the context of the new 2008 statutory recognition legislation, the Syndicat National des Journalistes (SNJ), being a craft union, has managed to benefit from the right to have its audience measured separately, through either a specific ballot for journalists-only or a ballot including journalists and managers. At the workplace level, the negotiation of these two options with the other general unions generates numerous tensions and reveals the struggle the SNJ is ready to lead to maintain its dominance within the Press profession. However, this case study led in a multinational company emphasizes the potential contradictions between this limited strategy and the need for unions' coalition in order to preserve employees' rights, in a context of corporate restructuring. More generally this article calls attention to the renewed significance union elections has gained in a French context where the main union confederations were granted an undisputable right to represent worker's interests.
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Sophie Béroud, Cécile Guillaume. La spécificité de la représentation des journalistes en question : les implications de la loi du 20 août 2008 dans le secteur de la presse. Travail et Emploi, DARES, 2012, pp.89-102. ⟨hal-00783273⟩

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