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Innovations du travail et syndicats de la fonction publique: un partenariat � construire

  • Denis Harrisson
  • Guy Bellemare
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    Au cours des dix dernières années, les acteurs de l'administration publique du Québec ont expérimenté une configuration organisationnelle créative et originale constituée des Comités ministériels sur l'organisation du travail (CMOT). Peu d'études et de recherches se sont intéressées à cette forme de partenariat entre l'�tat, les syndicats et les associations professionnelles. Nous proposons une étude de cas de trois CMOT que nous considérons comme étant des innovations sociales dans l'administration publique. Les acteurs ont du mal à s'entendre sur les frontières délimitant la zone d'influence des CMOT au sein des ministères. Des nouvelles tensions naissent entre les gestionnaires et les représentants syndicaux. Néanmoins, une nouvelle zone de coopération se forme conduisant à un nouvel équilibre dans les relations entre les acteurs de l'administration publique. Nous proposons une analyse de la mise en place des CMOT, de sa lente évolution marquée de ruptures et de reprises. Malgré les obstacles, les acteurs s'entendent pour affirmer que le partenariat est nécessaire à la bonne marche du processus de transformation de l'administration publique. Copyright CIRIEC, 2006.

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    Volume (Year): 77 (2006)
    Issue (Month): 2 (06)
    Pages: 167-195

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