The Centre d'analyse stratégique held Friday, November 4, 2011 a seminar: New forms of work organization combining equal male / female and performance of companies.
The seminar "New forms of work organization combining equal male / female and business performance", organized by the Centre for Strategic Analysis, is devoted to a particularly important subject that revolves around three axes: the offer Home young child leave entitlements which structure the key moments of privacy (maternity leave, parental leave); time arrangements and work organization.
For our work, we specifically preferred that the third axis, which seems to be at the heart of balancing work and family life. This is also a societal issue that impacts the design that everyone is a part of the respective roles of women and men, and also of how business operates, or they must operate. From this point of view, this topic deserves special lighting. This year-end 2011 reflected: negotiations are underway on working conditions and reconciling work and family life. The Minister of Social Cohesion, Roselyne Bachelot , currently working on a plan to be announced within the next few months and will focus on this issue.
This theme that will be considered stakeholders was also addressed by the Centre d'analyse stratégique in the discussion note given to the participants: what are the practices that facilitate a better reconciliation of family and professional life? What is the role of government, in an area that depends heavily on the situation and mode of operation of each company? As we have done in other areas of social policy, we are committed to the idea of not lead to a form of Arbitration, between what would be good for business on one side and the other for employees: many paths exist, allowing progress in performance and productivity, while being more responsive to employees. Many of these examples come from across the Atlantic and will be presented during the seminar.
The first roundtable, framing, is led by Nathalie Tournyol of CLOS which provides insight into this issue through changes in domestic and industrial materials that intensify the need for better coordination between private and professional field. The second panel, moderated by Jérôme BALLARIN, President of the Observatory of Corporate Parenthood, for new ways of working in the enterprise: opportunities or disability equality for woman / man?
I want to thank the speakers who agreed to discuss this important topic and all participants who joined the meeting.
Vincent Chriqui, Direcetur General of the Centre d'analyse stratégique