2 edition of Temporal flexibility and employment found in the catalog.
Temporal flexibility and employment
by UCD, Centre for Employment Relations and Organisational Performance in Blackrock (Co. Dublin, Ireland)
Written in English
|Statement||by Terri Morrissey, William K. Roche & Brian Fynes.|
|Series||Working papers (Centre for Employment Relations and Organisational Performance) -- no.21|
|Contributions||Roche, William K., 1957-, Fynes, Brian., University College Dublin. Centre for Employment Relations and Organisational Performance., Alps Conference, (2nd : 1996 : University of Bologna)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
Spatial flexibility of work (1) Teleworking • The objectives are to improve: –the productivity and work organisation of the ECB –the organisational resilience of the ECB –the work-life balance of ECB staff • Voluntary and reversible • Local manager to approve, taking into account:File Size: KB. IntroductionThe international work environment has over the decades been faced with deregulation, technological and communication development; increase in the unemployment rate and intense competition hence the need for employers to improve on labour flexibility. These unprecedented factors which are results of globalisation, barrier-free trade and ease of migration of people from one.
But, a company that's run by people who value temporal flexibility may provide smaller paychecks but offer telecommuting, part-time work, and flexible schedules. Because more men statistically are found in leadership roles than women, and because men have shown a preference for money over flexibility, you may experience an empathy gap between Author: Susan M. Heathfield. Workplace ‘flexibility’ on insecure ground Febru pm EST. David Peetz, Griffith University. Author. Source: OECD, Employment Outlook , Chapter 2: Employment Protection Author: David Peetz.
Scheduling with a bias toward flexibility can help to retain the best and most loyal team. There are a number of ways to add flexibility into employees’ schedules. Work Flexibility lists a few here:Author: Rich Bellis. The staffing industry in the United States began after World War II with small agencies in urban areas employing housewives for part-time work as office workers. Over the years the advantages of having workers who could be hired and fired on short notice and were exempt from paperwork and regulatory requirements resulted in a gradual but substantial increase in the use of temporary workers.
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The current trends in temporal flexibility in some OECD countries show how the demand of temporal flexibility increased over the decades. Between andthe rate of part-time employment rate for OECD countries increased by %.
Temporal definition, of or relating to time. See more. 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 average Author: Daniel Possenriede, Wolter H.J. Hassink, Janneke Plantenga. flexibility.
In fact, it has been named as labour flexibility, human resources flexibility, human resorce management flexibility, or strategic human resource management flexibility. In this regard, some authors have noticed the disparity and ambiguity of the definitions proposed (Ketkar & Sett, ; Mayne et al., ; Wright & Snell, ).
In this paper we analyse the effects of arrangements that provide temporal and locational flexibility of work (TLF), namely flexi-time, telehomework, andpart-time work, on employees’ satisfaction with the fit between working time and private life and their overall job satisfaction.
argue below that temporal flexibility is a precondition for involvement in a range of career options. Large-Scale Organizations and Physicians' Temporal Flexibility Before proceeding, it is instructive to review two prevalent approaches to understanding temporal flexibility.
One approach is to con ceptualize flexibility as an employee benefit. Define the temporal flexibility workforce. Temporal flexibility can be accomplished by varying the hours worked through employees within response to changes into demand for example, time off in lieu after working long moves, to accommodate a surge into demand.
It is often accomplished through flexible working hours. As like compressed shifts or flexi time planning.
A Follow-Up Perspective on Temporary Employment: Does the Rise in Non-Standard Employment Mean a Decline in the available globally to all those interested in flexibility issues in workplaces. Our book, as a The emphasis on the effects of flexibility in workplaces on individual workers continues with the next two chapters.
In his article File Size: KB. This study investigates how employment in large-scale organizations affects the work lives of practicing physicians. Well-established theory associates larger organizations with bureaucratic constraint, loss of workplace control, and dissatisfaction, but this author finds that large scale is also associated with greater schedule and career by: The degree of labour market flexibility is the speed with which labour markets adapt to fluctuations and changes in society, the economy or production.
The most common definition of labour market flexibility has been the neo-liberal definition. This entailed the ease of labour market institutions in enabling labour markets to reach a continuous equilibrium determined by the intersection of.
An increasing proportion of workers are dual-earners in professional occupations, actively seeking rewarding, full-time careers while at the same time engaging in satisfying home and personal life. 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.
Organisational flexibility and HRM in the hotel industry: Evidence from Australia Article (PDF Available) in Human Resource Management Journal 15(1) - 75 August with 2, Reads.
Harvard Economics Professor Claudia Goldman finds in her book, Understanding the Gender Gap, that one of the reasons women earn less money than men is that women strongly prefer temporal flexibility over is, they are willing to turn down higher-paying jobs because those jobs come with more demanding hours or less predictable hours.
his report presents the Employment Flexibility Index for the members states of the Europe - an Union (EU) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
It is based on the World Bank’s data on labour regulation 1 and method - ology used to compile the Rigidity of Employment Index. TheFile Size: 1MB. So temporal flexibility is giving someone the ability not just to work fewer hours but to work their hours and not get a big hit for it or to work hours that are more predictable.
This study investigates how employment in large-scale organizations affects the work lives of practicing physicians.
Well-established theory associates larger organizations with bureaucratic constraint, loss of workplace control, and dissatisfaction, but this author finds that large scale is also associated with greater schedule and career by: Flexibility, the ‘gig economy’ and the employment and internal (functional and temporal) flexibility (discussed below) and consequently two ways firms could seek to achieve organisational flexibility—through a ‘return to contract’ (what we call book, Thinking, Fast and Slow).
While offering a comparison of employment stability and flexibility in 16 OECD countries, the book provides a detailed analysis on the type of labor market regulations needed to ensure a balance. + Contract Templates in Word. Contract Templates in Apple Pages. Temporary employees also need to sign a simple contract.
There are some things that need to be agreed on even if the work is just for a short time. If you are a temporary employer or employee, take a look to see how the contract templates looks like.
You may also see employment. 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 Cited by: 5. Temporal flexibility represents a novel form of firm flexibility. The fieldwork revealed that although ShopPLC did not use zero hour contracts it was able to achieve temporal flexibility by utilizing a number of different employment practices.
These entailed. The findings highlight the high level of generalized temporal flexibility across employment statuses.
This temporal flexibility enables firm flexibility without necessitating a reliance upon contingent workers. Temporal flexibility is found to entail manager-control of flexible scheduling and is shown to be damaging to perceptions of job Cited by: