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Identities at work / edited by Alan Brown, Simone Kirpal and Felix Rauner

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Technical and vocational education and training ; 5Publication details: Dordrecht : Springer, c2007Description: xix,406σ. : πιν. ; 25εκISBN:
  • 1402049889
  • 9781402049880
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 158.7 21 εκδ.
Other classification:
  • 13.03.4
Summary: This edited volume on Identities at Work brings together international theory and empirical research that deals with continuity and change of identity formation processes at work under conditions of modern working processes and labour market flexibility. Modern work processes in manufacturing and service organisations increasingly rely upon responsible and competent employees who are willing and able to engage in the tasks that their job requires and in continuous learning. That employees are able to engage in taking up new forms of responsibility and master complex work situations is, on the one hand, dependent upon employees' skills and how well they are trained. On the other hand, it requires that employees identity with what they do and commit to their work and the performance of task.
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This edited volume on Identities at Work brings together international theory and empirical research that deals with continuity and change of identity formation processes at work under conditions of modern working processes and labour market flexibility. Modern work processes in manufacturing and service organisations increasingly rely upon responsible and competent employees who are willing and able to engage in the tasks that their job requires and in continuous learning. That employees are able to engage in taking up new forms of responsibility and master complex work situations is, on the one hand, dependent upon employees' skills and how well they are trained. On the other hand, it requires that employees identity with what they do and commit to their work and the performance of task.

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