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1 CERGAM - Centre d-Études et de Recherche en Gestion d-Aix-Marseille 2 CRCGM et IFGE - Kedge Business School

Abstract : The academic literature emphasizes that shared capitalism positively affects employees- attitudes at work. This paper investigates that issue by testing the relationship between shared capitalism and withdrawal behaviors turnover and absenteeism. Recent literature interprets shared capitalism as a gift exchange between employers and employees. This paper builds on that literature. The analysis, based on an econometric case study, focuses on a five-year panel dataset of more than 800 subsidiaries belonging to a unique French-listed company. Our results show that only long-term shared capitalism translates into better withdrawal behaviors.

Keywords : Shared Capitalism Employee Ownership Profit Sharing Turnover Absenteeism





Author: Nicolas Aubert - Xavier Hollandts -

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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