Appel à participation à une enquête sur les conditions de travail, la conciliation travail-famille, le stress et le travail en équipe PNC 

Call for participation to a survey on Working Conditions, Teamwork, Work-Life issues of Cabin Crew
The European Cabin Crew Association, EurECCA, would like to invite you to participate to an international research project on aviation cabin crew work, on issues of work-life balance, teamwork, working conditions, stress and burnout. This research is conducted under the responsibility of Anne Gillet, researcher at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers - Lise-CNRS (Paris, France) and Diane- Gabrielle Tremblay, professor at Télé-université of the University of Quebec (Canada), with the cooperation of Sari Mansour, post-doctoral intern at Télé-université.

It is extremely important that we get a good number of answers to have a representative survey. The results will be presented to EurECCA, your respective unions, as well as to European institutions and will be used to improve and defend your working conditions. We thank you for the time invested in this survey because the results will help your national unions and EurECCA to better understand cabin crew working conditions’ impact on your wellbeing.
This should take approximately 30 minutes of your time.

Thanks for your cooperation.

New deadline: 15th April 2016

Please, click this link to answer the questions before the 15th of April 2016:
http://urlz.fr/2oeT

This survey is also available in French:
Cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous pour répondre aux questions en français avant le 15 avril 2016 :
http://urlz.fr/2tgY


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On behalf of the European Cabin Crew Association, EurECCA