Isabelle Daugareilh, Pierre Iriart

La conciliazione dei tempi nelle riforme dell'orario di lavoro in Europa (Francia, Germania, Gran Bretagna, Olanda)

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The authors analyze the different types of working time's regulations in Eu Member States to improve living and working conditions to achieving an adequate protection of the workers, and to promote the women's employment, as a most relevant objective of European Social Policy. The more flexible forms of work contract, as the part-time contract, often are a response to management's demand of flexibility. The essay stresses that only in certain conditions that contract is useful for the aim of improving living and working conditions, being otherwise a disadvantaged form of employment. The authors try to argue whether others solutions, included the flexible patterns of working time and the French "35 hours" legal reform, are sufficient to recognized a right of employee to choose his personal working time.

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