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Working time arrangements, innovation and job satisfaction: a workplace level analysis for France

Abstract : This working paper analyses the links between innovation and some flexible working time arrangements (part-time, non-stable hours, teleworking), as well as their consequences on workers’ satisfaction. A French matched employee-employer survey for 2017 (REPONSE), shows that an innovative workplace context increases the probability of working remotely, whereas it decreases the probability of working part-time (especially for the low-skilled) and has no significant effect on the stability of working hours. The paper also finds a positive link between teleworking and workers’ satisfaction, unlike non-stable hours for which the relationship appears negative. However, that link disappears when considering work-family balance, except for women and the low-skilled.
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Submitted on : Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 11:02:18 AM
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Christine Erhel, Mathilde Guergoat-Larivière, Malo Mofakhami. Working time arrangements, innovation and job satisfaction: a workplace level analysis for France. 2021. ⟨halshs-03180531v2⟩

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