L’emploi des personnes handicapées dans la fonction publique en France : analyse quantitative des données d’enquêtes nationales disponibles

Abstract : The French state is committed to policies whose purpose is to enable social roles and to encourage social participation of people with disabilities. Thus, the law of 11 February 2005 extended the obligation of employing people with disabilities and making up at least 6% of the work force to the public sector. However, an analysis of national survey data reveals that the public sector in France has failed to comply with this employment quota for disabled workers, as has also been the case in the private sector. This article examines the measurement of this rate of employment of disabled people and highlights certain characteristics of disabled workers compared to workers without disabilities, more specifically distinguishing those who work in the public sector. For example, workers with disabilities in the public sector are much older than workers without disabilities. In addition, the legal employment rate is lower in the state civil service than in the territorial and hospital civil services. Thus, the state, as an employer, has experienced difficulties in implementing the social policy of occupational integration of people with disabilities that it itself established with the 2005 law.
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Béatrice Valdes. L’emploi des personnes handicapées dans la fonction publique en France : analyse quantitative des données d’enquêtes nationales disponibles. Revue française des affaires sociales, La documentation française, 2016, pp.307-332. ⟨10.3917/rfas.164.0307⟩. ⟨hal-02404208⟩

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