Work-Life Balance in Times of Recession, Austerity and Beyond
This book will be of interest to academics and postgraduate students of organisational psychology, sociology, human resource management, management and business studies, law and social policy, as well as employers, managers, HR managers, trade unions, and policy makers.
- Hardback | 198 pages
- 152 x 229 x 17.78mm | 431g
- 05 Sep 2016
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 8 Line drawings, black and white; 5 Tables, black and white
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Table of contents
Colette Fagan and Greet Vermeylen
2. Work-Life Balance, Health and Well-Being in Times of Austerity
Gail Kinman and Almuth McDowall
3. Employer Support for Work-Life Balance in Recession: Findings for Britain from the Workplace Employment Relations Survey
Lucy Stokes and Stephen Wood
4. Work-Life Balance and Austerity: Implications of New Ways of Working in British Public Sector Organisations
Clare Lyonette, Deirdre Anderson, Suzan Lewis, Nicola Payne and Stephen Wood
5. Regulating Work and Care Relationships in a Time of Austerity: A Legal Perspective
Nicole Busby and Grace James
6. Trade Unions and Work-Life Balance: The Impact of the Great Recession in France and the UK
7. Work-Life Balance and Class: In Search of Working-Class Work-Lives.
8. Self-Employment in Times of Economic Crisis: Work-Life Challenges
Laura den Dulk, Anne Annink and Bram Peper
9. The Physical Workplace and Work-Life Balance: Perspectives from Practice
10. Revisiting the Dual Agenda: Why Companies Miss the Point if they Retract Flexible Work Arrangements during Bad Times
Hyosun Kim, Lotte Bailyn and Deborah M. Kolb
11. Towards a Triple Agenda for Work-Life Balance Beyond Recession and Austerity
Deirdre Anderson, Jonathan Swan and Suzan Lewis
Judie M Gannon, Oxford Brookes University, UK, Work employment and society
About Stephen Wood
Deirdre Anderson is a Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour at Cranfield University School of Management, UK.
Clare Lyonette is a Principal Research Fellow at the Warwick Institute for Employment Research (IER), UK.
Nicola Payne is a Health Psychologist and Associate Professor in Psychology at Middlesex University, UK.
Stephen Wood is Professor of Management, School of Business, University of Leicester, UK.