The remaining 12 interviews in Hong Kong were conducted by a research assistant with a master's degree in communication. For this reason, it is also considered conclusive research.
I don't have to sit at the desk throughout the day; this gives me a feeling of freedom.
The nature of the project was explained at the beginning of each interview; participants were informed that they would be asked to discuss their positions on certain questions with regard to work experiences and occupational stress. I feel as if I have to be available at all times.
Key findings from the study are: Especially, the first quote implies that the participant has work-related thoughts throughout the day, apparently even during the night, which may consequently prevent her from psychologically disengaging from work. Employees may feel obligated to use the technology distributed to be connected to the workplace at all times, regardless of whether or not this is expected.
Although this aspect was not found among participants from Hong Kong, statements from Austrian participants strongly indicate that there may be an inner obligation to be available as the following quotes show: Recreational facilities at the place of work play bigger and a vital role in ensuring an organisational sustained productivity by systematically building team, leadership and communicative skills.
Causal Research Like descriptive research, causal research is quantitative in nature as well as preplanned and structured in design. The findings reveal the EMS to have had both positive and negative impacts on hotel employees, which were triggered by several human resource factors, organisational motivations to adopt an EMS and adoption outcomes.
Information overload is an especially relevant issue in connection with modern technologies because too much communication could lead to a flood of information Day et al. Their charge is to contribute to quality of life of the people at their organisations in the dynamic context of new modes of communication, new information, changing demographics, changing attitudes towards work and play, individualism and globalisation.
The following two tabs change content below. This depends on what is being researched, like a food sampling for a fast food chain or maybe a presentation of potential advertisements for an anti-smoking campaign.
To develop a richer and deeper understanding of the impact of EMSs on hotel employees, a qualitative case study was employed in which data were collected from three levels of employees — executive, supervisory and general — at an international hotel. This qualitative exploratory case study may provide insights into additional aspects of knowledge transfer during ITO transition phases, which may be used by IT leaders and project teams to plan for successful knowledge transfer during the transition phases of ITO projects.
This study examined the relationship between public employee racial identity status and contextual performance indicators defined as altruism, conscientiousness, organizational commitment, and self-efficacy. Expert surveys allow us to gain information from specialists in a field that we are less qualified or knowledgeable in.
This open feature of semi-structured interviews allowed the voice of the participants to flow into the study. Nonetheless, one Austrian female participant disagreed and emphasized that ICTs do not improve work productivity, instead ICTs cause her to permanently feel stressed.
ISSN Full text not available from this repository. This was more stressful than now, because now I can permanently work off my emails bit by bit throughout the day, no matter where I am. In line with this, the interviews and other studies show that modern technologies may put employees under pressure to be almost always connected to work, which may result in increased stress Day et al.
However, in the hotel and tourism field, very little research has been conducted on EMSs, except for a few studies on environmental management, such as the environmental protection practices and environmental performance of hotels.
Moreover, in contrast to previous literature, which noted that allowing work to creep into one's private life would promote work—family conflict e.paper expands research related to psychological contracts as no scholarly research incorporating technological monitoring and surveillance effects on the psychological contract from the employee’s perspective is known to exist.
Oct 13, · Research objectives. This research aims to examine specific stressors and benefits resulting from work-related technology use from an employee's perspective in the areas of advertising, public relations, and journalism.
An exploratory study of employee attitude towards monetary and non-monetary incentives in the public enterprises. Submitted By. Mr. XXXXX XXXXXXX. MBA in HR. XXXXX University. Table of Contents. ABSTRACT 4. INTRODUCTION 5. BACKGROUND OF THE. An exploratory case study research on employee attitude toward change.
This study resulted in several criteria employees use in the evaluation of the organizational change: The growing interest in the employee attitude toward change led to an interchangeable use of labels, definitions and constructs that are related to attitude toward.
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attitude is a reflection of social attitude and research into job attitude can provide insights into social attitude.
b), job attitude is important because a job is important to an employee‟s identity, health and their evaluation of their life.
c), job attitude can be.Download