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See detailBuilding Collective Capacities for Non-Standard High-Tech Workers: A Comparative Perspective
Pichault, François ULiege; Benner, Chris

Conference (2018, June)

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See detailLa GRH comme levier d’accompagnement des transformations de l’Université
Pichault, François ULiege

Conference (2018, May 03)

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See detailNew ways of working : grilles d’analyse et retours d’expérience
Pichault, François ULiege

Conference (2018, April 24)

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See detailNew Ways of Working: comment construire la confiance?
Pichault, François ULiege

Conference (2018, April)

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See detailExploring the various dimensions of autonomy in project-based work
Florin, Louis ULiege; Pichault, François ULiege

Scientific conference (2018, February 21)

Work that falls outside of what has been seen as ‘standard’ or ‘typical’ employment arrangements is a well acknowledged feature of modern labour markets with the growing virtualization of the workplace ... [more ▼]

Work that falls outside of what has been seen as ‘standard’ or ‘typical’ employment arrangements is a well acknowledged feature of modern labour markets with the growing virtualization of the workplace. What remains inconclusive is the ability to capture the common elements of these work arrangements. Our paper examines the notion of autonomy at work as one common element that may allow us to unravel the various components intertwined behind this taken-for-granted concept. Building on four contrasted case studies of autonomous workers in Belgium and in the US, we suggest at least three underlying dimensions must be distinguished: autonomy in work status, in work content and in working conditions. Combining these three dimensions provides the basis for an original analytical matrix that may assist policy makers, practitioners and autonomous workers themselves understand the specificities they face when either employing or working as nonstandard workers. A first quantitative test of the matrix is proposed using relevant data from the European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS). [less ▲]

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See detailL'impact de la révolution numérique sur le secteur des services à la personne
Brolis, Olivier ULiege; Paul, Stéphanie ULiege; Stouffs, Adèle et al

Report (2018)

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See detailWho takes care of non-standard career paths? The role of labour market intermediaries
Lorquet, Nadège; Orianne, Jean-François ULiege; Pichault, François ULiege

in European Journal of Industrial Relations (2018), 24(3), 279-295

As flexible career paths become more common in European labour markets, how to combine the flexibility required by non-standard work with new patterns of security is the focus of political debate. Some ... [more ▼]

As flexible career paths become more common in European labour markets, how to combine the flexibility required by non-standard work with new patterns of security is the focus of political debate. Some European Union (EU) countries have launched radical labour market reforms, while in others such reforms remain limited. This paves the way for bottom-up solutions developed by private and non-profit labour market intermediaries in order to support the job transitions of non-standard workers. We map these initiatives through a multidimensional grid and explore the extent to which they contribute to renewed regulation of modern labour markets. We outline two ideal-typical approaches. The first extends internal labour markets to triangular employment relationships by considering workers as ‘quasi-employees’. The second involves more disruptive solutions by treating non-standard workers as ‘quasi-self-employed’. [less ▲]

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See detailLe changement et ses raisons : entre libération et émancipation
Fox, Fanny ULiege; Pichault, François ULiege

in Lauzier, Martin; Lemieux, Nathalie (Eds.) Améliorer la gestion du changement dans les organisations. Vers de nouvelles connaissances, stratégies et expériences (2018)

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See detailVers la fin de la gestion des carrières ? La GRH face au rôle croissant des intermédiaires du marché du travail
Pichault, François ULiege; Lorquet, Nadège ULiege; Orianne, Jean-François ULiege

in Relations Industrielles (2018), 73(1), 11-38

The HRM literature has been discussing for some time the evolutions observed in the field of careers, opposing the conventional model of organizational careers with emerging boundaryless careers ... [more ▼]

The HRM literature has been discussing for some time the evolutions observed in the field of careers, opposing the conventional model of organizational careers with emerging boundaryless careers, reflecting a new psychological contract between workers and organizations at the beginning of the 21st century. In this context, HR managers must attract new talent, while knowing that their involvement in the organization will be limited in time. The unprecedented development of project-based work, which falls midway between employee and self-employed status, seems to reinforce this « modern » vision of careers. However, an in-depth observation of the current labour market evolution shows that careers of project-based workers do not only result from individual initiatives of workers offering their talents on the market. These workers often use intermediation structures that become essential partners of the management of career paths via a full range of supporting devices. Through conceptual work on the notion of labour market intermediaries and multiple contrasted case studies focusing on the Belgian labour market, our paper illustrates the diversity of forms taken by this intermediation process. It also emphasizes two ideal-types reflecting opposite views on the way professional transitions can be secured: the first one considers project-based workers as « quasi employees »; the second as « quasi self-employed ». We then highlight how this triangular game leads us to question career management as a sovereign power of the HR function. [less ▲]

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See detailHow can new players establish themselves in highly institutionalized labour markets? A Belgian case study in the area of project-based work
Xhauflair, Virginie ULiege; Huybrechts, Benjamin ULiege; Pichault, François ULiege

in British Journal of Industrial Relations (2018), 56(2), 370-394

How can new players seeking to serve nonstandard worker categories (such as project-based workers) establish themselves into labour markets that are highly institutionalized? This paper explores the case ... [more ▼]

How can new players seeking to serve nonstandard worker categories (such as project-based workers) establish themselves into labour markets that are highly institutionalized? This paper explores the case of SMart, a Belgian community-based labour market intermediary that successfully developed solutions to better represent the interests of project-based workers and secure their discontinuous careers. Using an organizational legitimacy approach, we find that labour market entry and growth involve different types of boundary-crossing when addressing the needs of workers that do not fit into established categories. However, to justify boundary-crossing, the new player must complement its pragmatic work on delivering new services and tools with conceptual (cognitive) and structural (moral) legitimation work. [less ▲]

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See detailNouvelles formes d’emploi : l’autonomie et ses risques
Pichault, François ULiege

Conference (2017, November 30)

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See detailVers un nouveau pacte social ?
Ska, Marie-Hélène; Verteneuil, Robert; Timmermans, Pieter et al

Conference (2017, October 23)

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See detailFocus Report : Evolution des formes atypiques d'emploi en Belgique
Pichault, François ULiege; Naedenoen, Frédéric ULiege; Florin, Louis ULiege

Report (2017)

Dans notre économie de réseau actuelle, des formes atypiques d’emploi dépassant le cadre classique du travail « salarié » ou « indépendant » se développent. La notion de ‘travail au projet’ (Marsden, 2004 ... [more ▼]

Dans notre économie de réseau actuelle, des formes atypiques d’emploi dépassant le cadre classique du travail « salarié » ou « indépendant » se développent. La notion de ‘travail au projet’ (Marsden, 2004), souvent de nature temporaire, devient une référence. Les organisations modernes font de plus en plus souvent appel à des consultants externes, des free-lances et des contractants au lieu de conclure des contrats de travail classiques à durée indéterminée. Dans ce Focus report, nous nous penchons sur cette évolution en apportant également une réponse aux questions suivantes: - Comment pouvons-nous définir les formes de travail atypiques et comment peut-on en mesurer l’importance en Belgique? - Quelles sont les tendances explicatives du phénomène ? - Quels sont les risques et les opportunités pour votre organisation et comment y faire face? [less ▲]

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See detailAnalyse critique du dispositif du groupement d’employeurs en Belgique
Pichault, François ULiege

Conference (2017, September 12)

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