The Quest for Well-being in Growth Industries 2: The Survey
AbstractThis working paper reports the ongoing research conducted in the research project, The Quest for Well-being in Growth Industries: A Collaborative Study in Finland and Scotland, under the auspices of Academy of Finland research programme, The Future of Work and Well-being. The research project examines the contradictory pressures for policies and practices towards both the inhibition and the enhancement of work-related well-being that are likely in growth industries. The overall aim is to evaluate the development, implementation and use of work-related well-being policies in four selected growth industries. These – electronics, care, finance and accounting, and tourism – have been selected on the basis of EU and national forecasts, and demographic and socio-economic trends in standard and non-standard employment. In this paper we aim to review the survey that constitutes the second main phase of this research.
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Length: 47 pages
Date of creation: 26 Aug 2011
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care; companies; employing organisations; growth sectors; human resources management; HRM; organisations; organisation carescapes; survey; well-being; work;
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- NEP-ALL-2011-12-13 (All new papers)
- NEP-HAP-2011-12-13 (Economics of Happiness)
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