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  • Author(s) Sharon Bolton; Maeve Houlihan
  • Edition1
  • Published02092009
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781137036711
Work Matters brings together a strong collection of narratives from the ethnographic field to discover the reality of pressure and change in the modern workplace. Chapter-by-chapter, experts in the field of work and employment examine empirical accounts and explain the forces shaping today's organisations through a critical, contemporary perspective. The result is a powerful compendium of voices that will provoke a reassessment of work trends and inform the future of policy and managerial practice. Key benefits: - Understand the real issues that affect modern worklife within global capitalism from a range of perspectives - Evaluate key debates about work quality through a flexible, critical mindset and a social perspective - Build a strong social understanding of work place issues through a diverse and international set of field accounts, from the UK, Europe, the US, Australia and New Zealand

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  • Author(s) Sharon Bolton; Maeve Houlihan
  • Edition1
  • Published02092009
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781137036711
Work Matters brings together a strong collection of narratives from the ethnographic field to discover the reality of pressure and change in the modern workplace. Chapter-by-chapter, experts in the field of work and employment examine empirical accounts and explain the forces shaping today's organisations through a critical, contemporary perspective. The result is a powerful compendium of voices that will provoke a reassessment of work trends and inform the future of policy and managerial practice. Key benefits: - Understand the real issues that affect modern worklife within global capitalism from a range of perspectives - Evaluate key debates about work quality through a flexible, critical mindset and a social perspective - Build a strong social understanding of work place issues through a diverse and international set of field accounts, from the UK, Europe, the US, Australia and New Zealand
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