Human Resource Management
Homeworking’s contradictory nature means in its pure form it can never be a perfect answer, but this means that hybrid working has the potential to be an alternative imperfectly perfect working arrangement.
Hybrid working solves the trade-off of home versus office working, with benefits for both employees and employers, writes ULSB’s Professor Stephen Wood.
Organisations need to think about sustainability when it comes to employees, not just the environment, Writes Stephen Wood Sustainable organizations may be narrowly defined as those with a concern for the environment in a way that leads them to what is called Green Human Resource Management. In this, all aspects of personnel management are geared […]
“Well-being amongst university employees fell between May and September 2020, and increased loneliness and an inability to detach from work accounted for this.” This is a key result from Professor Wood’s study of well-being amongst university employees, academics and non-academics, working at home during the pandemic. Employees completed a diary study over a four-week periods, […]