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Action collective et différences compensatrices : le cas des travailleurs masculins à horaires atypiques

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  • Ali Skalli
  • Henry Ohlsson
  • Joseph Lanfranchi

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[fre] Les emplois à horaires atypiques sont-ils compensés par des salaires plus élevés ? Nous utilisons des données appariées employeurs-salariés et montrons qu ’ il est nécessaire de contrôler pour les effets d ’ auto-sélection et de considérer séparément la formation des salaires selon le régime horaire de travail . Les résultats suggèrent qu ’ il existe un différentiel de salaire significatif dont nous évaluons la sensibilité à divers indicateurs de l ’ action collective . Celle-ci , indépendamment de la manière dont elle est mesurée , influence positivement la différence de salaire estimée . Par ailleurs , cette dernière compense effectivement les salariés ayant des horaires atypiques : alors que leurs préférences seraient insuffisantes à les convaincre d ’ accepter de tels emplois , le supplément salarial influence significativement leur choix . Mots-clés : différences de salaires compensatrices , horaires de travail atypiques , action collective , modèles à changement [eng] Is shift work compensated by higher wages ? We use matched employer-employee data to show that adjustment is required for self-selection effects and wage formation has to be considered separately for shift work and day work . The findings suggest that there is a substantial wage differential . We evaluate the sensitivity of this differential to various collective bargaining indicators . Collective bargaining , regardless of how it is measured , has a positive influence on the estimated wage differential . This differential effectively compensates employees doing shift work . Their preferences alone would not be enough to convince them to accept shift work . The extra pay significantly influences their choice . Keywords : compensating wage differentials , shift work , collective bargaining , models with endogenous switching

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  • Ali Skalli & Henry Ohlsson & Joseph Lanfranchi, 2004. "Action collective et différences compensatrices : le cas des travailleurs masculins à horaires atypiques," Économie et Prévision, Programme National Persée, vol. 164(3), pages 57-79.
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    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecop.2004.7354
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