Category Archives: Homeworking

The Privilege to Work from Home

Allowing employees to flexibly organize their work and their work time is usually regarded as part of the holy grail to motivate employees, to grant them some degree of autonomy, to allow them a certain level of work-life balance (strange … Continue reading

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Setting the Scene – Towards an Understanding of the Working Conditions in Europe

During my first class in the term, I attempt to introduce my students to various topics that are useful for painting a picture of today’s world of work. I use the first chapter of Fiona Wilson’s textbook as it covers … Continue reading

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