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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Géraldine Laforge; Patrick Chaumette; Université de Nantes. Faculté de droit et des sciences politiques.
|Description:||1 vol. (735 f.) ; 30 cm.|
|Responsibility:||Géraldine Laforge ; sous la dir. de M. Patrick Chaumette.|
Since several years, many measures have been put in place whose role is to encourage the development of family employments. The report that an increasing number of family needs are not satisfied as regards domestic activities, childcare, assistance to, elderly or handicaped people, indeed arouses the interest of the specialists in the field of employment.The object of this research is to, question the impact of this employment policy,on the activities sector. Has the increase in family jobs been accompanied by a similar qualitative increase particularly in terms of employment status for those working at home ? After throwing a historical light on the subject and presenting govemment measures put in place over the last few years, this analysis suggests the possible risk of deadlock for family employments that this policy proposes to, develop. It is a matter of setting out in fine the wherewithal to bridge the gap towards family employments which have both status and durability.