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Les longues semaines de travail: multiplicité et inégalité des situations

Abstract : About one-fifth of France’s occupied labour force is involved in long working weeks exceeding the legal limit of 48 hours. The working week can, however, represent several different working time arrangements. Analysis of French National Statistics survey data shows that no time regime applies when working weeks are lengthened, meaning that this tends to recur to a greater or lesser extent over time. This may result from an extension of daily working hours, an increase in the number of working days or both. The resulting configurations are rooted in socio-economic inequality, notably based on individuals’ socio-professional category or gender, after accounting for differences in the social models of working time organisation.
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Simon Paye. Les longues semaines de travail: multiplicité et inégalité des situations. Nouvelle Revue du travail, Nouvelle revue du travail, 2017, ⟨10.4000/nrt.3238⟩. ⟨hal-02962740⟩



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