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Elaboration D’un Instrument De Mesure Du Contrat Psychologique Des Agents De La Fonction Publique

V. Rogard, Liliana Pérez Becerra
Published 2015 · Political Science

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Resume Le concept de contrat psychologique s’impose progressivement comme un cadre d’analyse des nouvelles relations de travail. Il se fonde sur les perceptions des obligations entre employeur et salarie nees des promesses reciproques. Jusqu’a present, les tentatives d’operationnalisation du concept en France ont ete conduites presque exclusivement sur des salaries du secteur prive. Peu d’etudes ont porte sur d’autres groupes d’individus. Notre recherche vise a proposer un outil de mesure permettant d’evaluer le contenu du contrat psychologique des agents de la fonction publique et le degre de realisation de leurs attentes, en presentant egalement une comparaison des methodes visant a calculer l’ampleur de la breche entendu comme l’ecart entre ce qui est attendu et sa realisation.
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