The relationship between flexible employment arrangements and workplace performance in Great Britain
The aim of this study is to examine the relationship between various flexible employment arrangements and the workplace performance. Home-based working-teleworking, flexible timing and compressed hours are the main employment types examined using the Workplace Employee Relations Survey (WERS) over the years 2004 and 2011 in Great Britain.
The findings show a significant and positive relationship between the flexible employment arrangements and the workplace performance. Education, age, wage, quality of relations between managers-employees, years of experience, the area of the market the workplace is operated and the competition are significant factors and are positively associated with the propensity of the implementation of flexible employment arrangements.
|Year of publication||Mar, 2018|
|Journal||International Journal of Manpower|
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