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Titre :  Inclusion of Employee Caregivers: When Singularity Rhymes with Responsibility
Numéro :  81
Année :  2023
Volume :  XXX
Auteur(s) :  Emilie HENNEQUIN, Bérangère CONDOMINES
Résumé :  While caregiving is a major societal issue, little research has been done on organizational policies for employees who have to accompany their loved ones. Based on studies that consider inclusion as the perception of taking singularities into account within a group, we seek to understand how companies deal with the singularity associated with the caregiving situation. in a bid to include employees who are caregivers, how is the singularity of their caregiving apprehended by companies through their responsible HRM systems? To address this issue, 517 company agreements were collected and then analyzed in order to study the wording used and the measures put in place to identify the elements that fall under the sole legal framework or a real voluntary and inclusive commitment of companies on the subject. The results lead to the perspective of three models of HRM responsible for assistance associated with a differentiated characterization of singularity. From a theoretical point of view, in addition to this typology, our research indicates the difficulty of addressing singularities associated with intimacy requiring the disclosure of employees. Methodologically, the choice to study company agreements allows us to develop an analysis based on objective organizational practices in terms of inclusiveness and consideration of singularities and to go beyond potential formatted discourses. At the managerial level, this study proposes an inventory of support policies and indicates an evolution in the appropriation of the subject of assistance over time with models that can gain in inclusiveness and recognition of singularities.
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Type :  Research paper
Keywords :  inclusion, singularity, employee caregiver, CSR, HRM
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