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Giovanis, Eleftherios (2016)
Types: Research
Subjects: J28 - Safety ; Job Satisfaction ; Related Public Policy, D24 - Production ; Cost ; Capital ; Capital, Total Factor, and Multifactor Productivity ; Capacity, J20 - General, J6 - Mobility, Unemployment, Vacancies, and Immigrant Workers, M54 - Labor Management, Financial Performance, Labour Productivity, Propensity Score, Teleworking, Workplace Employment Relations Survey
There is an increasing concern on the quality of jobs and productivity that is witnessed in the flexible employment arrangements. However, the effects of the employment flexible types on workplace performance has not been explored in Britain. In this study the relationship between two employment arrangements and the workplace performance is examined. More specifically, teleworking and compress hours are two main employment types examined using the Workplace Employee Relations Survey (WERS) in years 2004 and 2011. The workplace performance is measured by the financial performance and labour productivity. A positive relationship between these two types of flexible employment arrangements and workplace performance is presented. This can have various profound policy implications for employees, employers and the society overall. However, the positive association holds for employees who have high influence on their job, while it becomes negative in the case of teleworkers who have low influence.
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