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Measuring the dynamics of organisations and work: employee level survey

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Green, F and Arundel, A and Allan, S and van Cruysen, A and Forth, J and Greenan, N and Bellman, L and Csizmadia, P and Lorenz, E and Ester, P and Ramioul, M and Hamon-Cholet, S and Sirilli, G and Houtman, I and Huys, R and Illessy, M and Kraan, K and Mako, C and Pahnke, A and Sirilli, S and Amosse, T (2010) Measuring the dynamics of organisations and work: employee level survey. In: The MEADOW Guidelines. Domigraphic, Grigny, France, pp. 156-243. ISBN 9782746618091

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Abstract

This chapter of the Guidelines proposes indicators and a questionnaire to measure work organisation, its evolution and outcomes at the employee level. It complements the analysis of the previous chapter which concentrated on the employer level. Some employees will be involved in the decision processes that bring about organisational change, and many more will witness the changes as they occur. All employees are affected in one way or another by work organisation and how it is changing. Chapter I of the guidelines centred discussion on the areas of interest that an employeelevel survey should focus on. After briefl y revisiting the core objectives of the MEADOW project, and restating the concepts that are to be measured in the employee-level survey, this introduction will review the constraints, principles of item design and assumptions that the employee-level survey will face. Sections II and III of this chapter go through the concepts, including background demographics, and consider appropriate indicators in each case. The employee level questionnaire itself is included as an Appendix to the chapter.

Item Type: Book Section
Publisher: Domigraphic
Page Range: pp. 156-243
Additional Information: The reproduction or copy of the MEADOW Guidelines or portions of it are authorised as long as the authorship of the MEADOW Consortium is acknowledged.
Date Deposited: 07 Jul 2010 02:29
Last Modified: 07 Jul 2010 02:29
URI: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/id/eprint/9857
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