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La présence syndicale réduit-elle la discrimination salariale à l’encontre des femmes? Un examen sur l’année 2002

  • Emmanuel Duguet

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    (EPEE (EA 2177 CNRS) – Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne)

  • Pascale Petit

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    (DARES – Département « Salaires et Conventions Salariales »)

Les lois Roudy (1983) et Génisson(2001), relatives à la discrimination, devraient produire leurs effets et réduire progressivement la discrimination salariale à l’encontre des femmes. Nous réalisons une étude sur l’année 2002, qui permet de voir si la situation a évolué sur la décennie 1992-2002. Nous examinons le salaire horaire total, qui inclut les heures supplémentaires et les primes. Nous ne trouvons aucun effet significatif de réduction de la discrimination salariale à l’encontre des femmes en présence d’une délégation syndicale.

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Length: 41 pages
Date of creation: 2006
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