Survey on the motivations of employees based on contract duration; English Version, Org: #2
1. Information sheet for implicit and anonymous consent
|Title of the research:||
Survey on the motivations of employees based on contract duration
James Michaud (Faculté des sciences de l'administration
|Context of the project:||Project carried out as part of James Michaud's doctorate in administrative sciences, under the supervision of Marie-Ève Dufour, Ph.D, CHRP, associate professor at the Faculty of Administrative Sciences of the Laval University|
This survey aims to understand the motivations of both fixed-term and permanent contract employees, as well as to identify the differences between these employment statuses. The results will help organizations to better manage employees according to their employment status.
A fixed-term contract employee works for a single employer for a fixed period of time or according to the completion of a specific project. An employee on a permanent contract works for a single employer, with no end date.
Your participation in this research will consist of completing this questionnaire, which covers topics such as your current perceptions of your work, as well as your behaviors. It will take about 30 minutes of your time. There are no right or wrong answers.
Your participation is completely voluntary and carries no risk. We invite you to choose one answer per question and to answer all the questions in order to allow us to carry out analyzes that are valid.
Although the answers to each of the questions are important for the research, you remain free to choose not to answer any of them or to end your participation at any time. However, since no data allowing you to be identified (e.g. name, contact details) will be collected by the questionnaire, the data obtained from a participant who chooses to withdraw from the project after submitting his questionnaire cannot be destroyed.
Your participation involves no risk. The information you give us will only be used for the purposes of this research. Your answers will be kept in a confidential database. No respondent will be identified, have their name or results appear in any report or other publication. Personal data will be destroyed five (5) years after the end of the project (December 2028); only data that does not allow you to be identified may be kept after this date, in aggregate form.
Your collaboration is invaluable to enable us to carry out this study. This is why we would like to thank you for the time and attention you are contributing towards participation in this study.
Attestation of Consent
The simple return of the completed questionnaire will be considered as the implicit expression of your consent to participate in the project.
If you have any questions about the research or the implications of your participation, please contact:
PhD student, Faculty of Administration Sciences