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Flexible Working and Organisational Change

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Published: 28th Sep 2005
Dimensions: w 216mm h 138mm d 20mm
Weight: 574g
ISBN-10: 1843766183
ISBN-13: 9781843766186
Barcode No: 9781843766186
Synopsis
Organisations and the nature of work have undergone fundamental changes in recent decades. At the same time, the traditional family pattern in Europe is being challenged by the growing number of dual-income families, and by the rise of women's employment. The central aim of this book is to consider to what extent changes in organisations and in the nature of jobs are compatible with the need, increasingly expressed by employees, for greater integration between work and family life. The book questions what sort of dilemmas modern and future employees face, in terms of shaping their careers and organising their lives at home. The authors formulate answers to these problematic questions by shedding light on relevant developments in the European labour markets, the European workplaces, in (flexible) working patterns, changing preferences for working hours and in gender relations at work. With a focus on future developments, this book will be of interest to labour market researchers and social policymakers in Europe, and also students in the social sciences, management (HRM) and social policy.

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'Flexible Working and Organisational Change offers an interesting variety of studies... I am confident that the book will appeal to a large group of readers. Readers looking for stat-of-the-art research on topics such as changes in employment patterns, gender issues, working time preferences, leave facilities, tele-working or flexible working will certainly find the book to their taste.' -- Samula Mescher, Industrial Relations Journal