Syndicalisme et délitement du salariat artistique : la CGT et les groupes mobilisés autour du régime de l'intermittence

Serge Proust 1, *
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CMW - Centre Max Weber
Abstract : In a context of strong growth and intense social struggles related to the employment conditions of media industryworker on short-term contracts in France, attention is drawn to the difficulties that the Confédération générale du travail (CGT) has had organizing performers and stage hands in show business (cinema, theater, etc.). This labor union must deal with a large number of young professionals who pay no mind to the rules and norms related to wage-earning and no longer consider them to be a common good.Working in small groups that produce shows, these professionals regard their occupation as a vocation, value the hyperflexibility of their working conditions, pay scant attention to the distinction between employer and employees, and tend to deny the specific characteristics of their jobs and skills while referring, instead, to a blurry set of qualifications.
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Serge Proust. Syndicalisme et délitement du salariat artistique : la CGT et les groupes mobilisés autour du régime de l'intermittence. Sociologie du Travail, Elsevier Masson, 2010, 52, pp.374-388. ⟨ujm-00669801⟩

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