They examine temporal structures within organizations including inequities in flexible scheduling, entrainment and work teams, polychronicity, and how changing temporal structures affect professionalism and expertise. Friedman, Eli, Lee, Ching Kwan. In Kuruvilla, Sarosh, Lee, Ching Kwan, Gallagher, Mary Eds. A cross-national comparative study of work-family stressors, working hours, and well-being: China and Latin America versus the Anglo world. However, our findings also indicate that theories of strike settlement need to explicitly recognize conflicting class interests, the recalcitrance those interests create, as well as the institutional mechanisms that attempt to coordinate those interests. Finally, I continue my research on how industrial transformation affects stratification and inequality with a focus on intersections of gender, race, age and class.
They also consider the way in which changing uses and organization of work time, in the context of economic instability and globalization, affect the difficulties of reconciling work and family. Standard hours are less common among those working for smaller employers, which are less subject to outside scrutiny. How can employers create conditions that foster satisfied, psychologically healthy, and committed employees? Individual Temporality in the Workplace: How Individuals Perceive and Value Time at Work. Social Forces, 87, 211- 42. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. . Gender Differences in the Relationship between Long Employee Hours and Multitasking.
Judgments about work: Dimensionality revisited. This paper draws on labor process theory to explore the sources that may be playing a role in diminishing the autonomy of these workers. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Social Science Research, 34, 843- 861. The consequences of abusive supervision.
Management citizenship behavior and its consequences. Together, these elements shape how individuals perceive and evaluate their time at work and link personal time use to the broader goals of the organization. Fuchs-Epstein, Cynthia, Kalleberg, Arne L. The Distribution of Income in China. Plus que par le passe, les femmes et les enfants en constituent une part non negligeable.
Gender and discretionary work effort: Evidence from the United States and Britain. We attempt in this paper to apply some of the concepts developed first in the collective action literature to the successful efforts of U. The introduction to Volume 17 of Research in the Sociology of Work: Workplace Temporalities, reviews prior literature and issues in the studies of time at work. British Journal of Industrial Relations 48 3 : 507— 33. This study examines the temporal structure of projected futures. Type: Chapter Item Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited Citation: 2007 , Time—Work Discipline in the 21st Century, in Beth A.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. We also find that those who are more polychronic are more satisfied in environments characterized by a need for multitasking and using dissimilar skills, as well as organizational temporal constraint and unpredictable shifts in temporal boundaries. Our findings suggest that positional power positively influences all three of these dimensions. This article examines one such organizational emergence of state-affiliated sponsorship. Bernhardt, Annette, Boushey, Heather, Dresser, Laura, Tilly, Chris.
When individuals imagine their futures, what is the qualitative nature and temporal structure of their projected futures? Economists view contracts as the strategy rational economic actors engaged in cost-generating transactions use to minimize those costs. Public School Teachers Join the Ranks of Dislocated Workers. The Economics of Flexible Work Scheduling: Theoretical Advances and Contemporary Paradoxes. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 19: 169— 85. A three component conceptualization of organizational commitment.
China Quarterly 170 June : 327— 44. This study is the first to use national level data to examine how employment in high-tech cities influences post-displacement wages. We analyze strike settlement in primary metals industries between 1960 and 1977. Highlights of the National Study of the Changing Workforce. Although women and racial minorities have expcri- enced sizable increases in employment in primary labor market jobs in the core of the economy. Virtual Work and Human Interaction Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches.