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Recognition of work is a complex issue, especially in France, where work plays a greater role than elsewhere in individual and collective identities. Thus, in a study on the subject published in September 2022 by the Jean Jaurès Foundation, only 56% of French employees felt that their work was 'recognised at its fair value', whereas this proportion reached 72% in the United Kingdom and 75% in Germany.

In the news at the moment in France, the highly contested pension reform project crystallises these deep but often unsatisfied expectations of recognition, in a context where the salary issue, amplified by inflation, is becoming a major source of dissatisfaction with work.

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