|Statement||by Terri Morrissey, William K. Roche and Brian Fynes.|
|Series||Working paper (University College Dublin, Centre for EmployeeRelations and Organisational Performance) -- no.21|
|Contributions||Roche, William K., 1957-, Fynes, Brian., University College Dublin. Centre for Employee Relations and Organisational Performance., University College Dublin. Graduate School of Business.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16. p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
Workplace flexibility polarizes opinion; it is either a necessary prerequisite to survival in the global market or a means by which the rights of workers are eroded. The difference comes from a lack of shared understanding of the concept. Organizations need to get to grips with flexibility, not only to address business problems and cope with legal regulations, but also to respond to the. Temporal flexibility and careers: The role of large-scale organizations for physicians. Forrest Briscoe Briscoe This study investigates how employment in large-scale organizations affects the work. One adaptive strategy to deal with work-life conflict is to choose to be flexible about when one works and opting to reduce work hours, especially when demands in the home are great (Allen and Shockley, ; Grzywacz, ; Voydanoff, ). This adaptive strategy is called temporal workplace by: 5. In this paper, we analyse the effect of temporal and locational flexibility of work (TLF) on the number of working hours using Dutch household panel data spanning the period from to
Employing survey data collected in among Dutch employees, it is concluded that time-spatial flexibility does affect the work–life balance of workers positively, also under New Working Conditions. Generally, employees holding a smaller part-time job (12–24 contractual working hours per week) experienced a better work–life balance. temporal flexibility. Quick Reference. Is the variation in the numbers of hours worked and the timing of the work. Typical forms are flexitime, overtime, shiftworking, zero-hours contracts, compressed working week, seasonal-hours contracts, and annual-hours contracts. Marginson, P. () ‘Employment Flexibility in Large Companies: Change and Continuity’, Industrial Relations Journal, 2, – CrossRef Google Scholar McGregor, A. and Sproull, A. () ‘Employer Labour Use Strategies: Analysis of a National Survey’, Employment . Amazon (author page) has listed his books on five Best-Seller lists. Google cites over , references to him and his work on the internet. And satisfied customers from countries have sent 1,'s of verified customer reviews. If you want to know about stretching, flexibility or sports injury management, Brad Walker is the go-to-guy.
Lange on Price Flexibility and Employment: A Methodological Criticism Paperback – January 1, by milton FRIEDMAN (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" — — — Paperback Author: milton FRIEDMAN. In recent years, many employees have gained more control over temporal and locational aspects of their work via a variety of flexible work arrangements, such as flexi-time and telehomework. This temporal and locational flexibility of work (TLF) is often seen as a means to facilitate the combination of work and private life. As such it has been recommended as a policy to increase the . Gig economy platforms seem to provide extreme temporal flexibility to workers, giving them full control over how to spend each hour and minute of the day. Microworkers’ Emerging Bonds of Attachment in a Fragmented Employment Relationship, Work, Employment and Society, /, (), (). Crossref. The present study investigated the role of temporal flexibility on three conceptualizations of person–environment fit and job satisfaction. Data were collected from .