5 edition of New forms of work organization in Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Peter Grootings, Bjørn Gustavsen, and Lajos Héthy.|
|Contributions||Grootings, Peter, 1951-, Gustavsen, Bjørn., Héthy, Lajos., Állami Bér- és Munkaügyi Hivatal Munkaügyi Kutatóintézete (Hungary)|
|LC Classifications||HF5549.5.J63 N48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||88019042|
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The new forms of work offer those involved greater possibilities for personal development and more influence on their immediate work process. But these changes have not always had positive effects. Decentralized organizations place high demands on the self-organization of their staff. The series publishes high-quality research in the related subject areas of work, employment relations, organizational studies and analysis, and human resource management. The series takes an overarching pluralist approach, debating and discussing topics via related theoretical lenses including political economy, ethics, and systems of governance.
Using technological tools for communicating, storing, and managing shared data for distributed work is not new. What is new is the extension of those capabilities to cheaper and more ubiquitous devices. To access work materials and interact with colleagues on a 24/7 basis, all one needs is . ECaTT - Electronic Commerce and Telework Trends: Benchmarking Progress on New Ways of Working and New Forms of Business across Europe – is a project carried out by empirica, Bonn, in collaboration with numerous European partners and with financial support from the ESPRIT and ACTS programmes of the EU commission. Europe-wide representative surveys.
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The importance of New Forms of Work Organisation is recognised by Europe’s policy-makers. However, little work has been undertaken to explore systematically the reasons why organisations do not introduce new forms of work organisation or the obstacles that organisations face when they do.
This project sets out to address these issues in order to. New forms of work organization: humanizing work in Belgium / Albert Louis Mok --New forms of work organization in the Netherlands / Jacques J. van Hoof and Rien J. Huiskamp --New forms of work organization: the case of Spain / Roberto Herranz Gonzalez --New forms of work organization: case studies from the Federal Republic of Germany, France.
Buy New Forms of Work Organization in Europe by Peter Grootings from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: A growing body of social science literature has examined the organizational innovations and staffing practices comprising new flexible forms of work.
Researchers have investigated the depth and scope of these changes and questioned how they affect diverse groups of workers in the United States. Reviewing New forms of work organization in Europe book research on this transformation reveals a model of combined and uneven flexibility Cited by: The Effects on Labour Relations of New Forms of Organisation of Work in Firms.
by Council of Europe. Steering Committee for Employment and Labour. Results of a Survey of Direct Employee Participation in Europe.
Author: EPOC Research Group,European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions. New Forms of Work Organization, Skills and Training 1 1.
Introduction For over two decades now, firms in Canada and in other industrialized countries have been attempting to reorganize their workplaces to improve flexibility and performance (OECD, ; Osterman, ). Efforts have been underway to develop more team.
Europe’s attempts to create a successful knowledge economy in an increasingly volatile world demands management and work organization practices that break with the past. Employee involvement through partnership, participative teamworking, continuous improvement and high involvement innovation are seen by a growing number of employers as core.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between the use of temporary workers and the adoption of new forms of work organisation (NFWO) in production. This study aims to understand to what extent these two forms of human resources flexibility are synergic or mutually exclusive.
Work organisation is continually changing to meet new demands, including the use of new technologies and workplace innovation. In an enlarged Europe, and in a globalised labour market, improving productivity is a priority for business survival.
A new, updated and expanded edition of our business bestseller, Future Work, is now has a lot of exciting new content, as well as a fresh green jacket with testimonials from leading experts and executives. The book covers the latest developments transforming the world of work, and demonstrates how pioneering organisations are adapting to rapid advances in communications technology.
New forms of work organisation. Geneva: International Labour Office, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Labour Office.
ISBN: The changing nature of work and the emergence of new forms of work organization present particular challenges to leadership and management. This special issue examines some of the challenges and issues in the relationship between technology, stress and satisfaction within call centre environments, the problems of remote leadership and the rise in contingent workforce.
NEW FORMS OF WORK ORGANIZATION with shifting product and service demands, and maximize their efforts by col-laborating with others in offices and on shop floors. Specific organizational innovations most likely to enable workers to carry out these goals included.
• a rise in work/service contracts and temporary work; • new forms of employment in the information and communications sectors (teleworking, virtual companies on the Internet, etc.). Like work organisation, the workplace itself is subject to changes.
Flexible working time not only engenders a. History of the organization of work, history of the methods by which society structures the activities and labour necessary to its survival.
Work is essential in providing the basic physical needs of food, clothing, and shelter. But work involves more than the use of tools and techniques. Advances. Alison Maitland is a writer, speaker and conference facilitator specialising in leadership, diversity and work.
A former long-serving Financial Times journalist, she is co-author of the prize-winning book Why Women Mean is a Senior Fellow in Human Capital at The Conference Board, the international business membership and research organization, and directs the Board's Europe-based.
The idea that someone can only work for one organization at once, and has to do this as a full-time job to be successful, is being consigned to history. Rise of the Part-Timers There are now many successful executives who have shed the burden of the full-time, long-hours, always-on work pattern and shown that part-time work can be equally as.
Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations Series Volume New Forms of Employment in Europe sheds light on policy options for policymakers and practitioners on the position regarding new forms of employment in EU Member States and other European recent years, new forms of employment have been on the rise all over Europe.
• By mail, send the completed Articles of Organization with the filing fee of $ to the New York State Department of State, Division of Corporations, State Records and Uniform Commercial Code, One Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York • In person, deliver the Articles of Organization to the above address.
Therefore, our aim is to fill this gap and help companies to implement sustainability strategies within their operational processes by empirically analyzing how HRM and organizational practices – and in particular, the so called New Forms of Work Organization (NFWO) (e.g., training, employee involvement, incentives, job enlargement) – can.
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