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La qualité de l’ambiance au travail : quelle conséquence sur l’effort des salariés ?

Selon les travaux sur la qualité de l'emploi, l'environnement de travail peut avoir un impact sur la perception de l'emploi des individus et ainsi influencer leurs comportements d'activité. De ce fait, une bonne ambiance au travail devrait affecter positivement le niveau d'effort des salariés. Notre article examine cette hypothèse à partir de l'enquête Changements Organisationnels et Informatisation (COI, 2006), mais en distinguant effort quantitatif et effort cognitif. Nous avons recours aux méthodes d'appariements par le score de propension pour contrôler les effets de sélection. Nous concluons à une corrélation négative entre bonne ambiance au travail et effort productif; et aucun lien avec l'effort cognitif.

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Paper provided by Centre d'Études des Politiques Économiques (EPEE), Université d'Evry Val d'Essonne in its series Documents de recherche with number 12-13.

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Length: 24 pages
Date of creation: Nov 2012
Handle: RePEc:eve:wpaper:12-13
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