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Centre D’etude de L’emploi/ Gis CreaptResearch Funder/Centre

Type of institution

Research centre

Website

http://www.cee-recherche.fr/uk/index.htm

Description

CEE (centre for employment studies) is a public research institute created in 1991 and connected with both the French Ministries of Employment and Education (the latter also includes research and technology). The CEE has a permanent team of some 40 researchers (sociologists, economists, statisticians) working in partnership with public agencies, the CNRS and other university research teams. The CEE is commissioned to help public authorities, along with social and economic leaders, in their initiatives concerning changes in nature of employment due to market and technological evolutions, organization of labour and company policy, evaluation of employment policies, mechanisms of the labour market and status and behaviour of the working population. Within the CEE, an autonomous research department - GIS CREAPT Scientific Interest Group Center for researches and studies on age and working population - is dedicated to the "Ageing in the work place" theme. Under the direction of Serge Volkoff, the Centre includes 7.5 full-time researchers and it had a budget of 160 000 €/an without taking account staffs transferred (4,5) . It is based on a model of cooperation between researchers on ageing and businesses.

Aims

To trace the demographic evolution of the active population: to understand the process of ageing in the work environment, to analyse individual and collective situations in the work place and the role of experience, to examine the group aspects of the work environment as they apply to an ageing work force, to study the links between different age groups and the evaluation of their performance, to study how individual factors external to the work place influence professional careers, to develop an awareness of the challenges concerning the period leading up to retirement, to take into account competences in the definition of changing structures within the work force and how strategies evolve within companies in this respect.

Main research areas

These are focused on 3 major themes: 1) How the work environment interacts with the ageing of individuals. 2) How ageing influences work patterns. 3) How an understanding of these phenomena can lead to modifications in the work place (designation of jobs, working hours, organization of work practices) and better management of professional careers.

Contact

Serge Volkoff

Address

GIS - CREAPT / Centre d'Etudes de l'Emploi (CEE)
promenade Michel Simon 93166 Noisy-le-Grand C
France

Telephone

33 (0)1 45 92 68 00

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