21 Maj 2020
Work organisation is a broad concept that refers to the choices made within organisations regarding different issues such as the structure of the production process, human resource policies, the responsibilities at different hierarchical levels and the design of individual jobs.Read more
Work organisation is a broad concept that refers to the choices made within organisations regarding different issues such as the structure of the production process, human resource policies, the responsibilities at different hierarchical levels and the design of individual jobs. Work organisation is a key element underpinning economic and business development, with important consequences for productivity, innovation, and working conditions. Eurofound research finds that some types of work organisation are associated with a better quality of work and employment. Ongoing research by Eurofound, based on EurWORK, the European Working Conditions Survey and the European Company Survey, monitors developments in work organisation.Read less
Publications & dataTop
The sections below provide access to a range of publications, data and ongoing work on this topic.
- Publications (424)
- Ongoing work (7)
Eurofound publications come in a variety of formats, including reports, policy briefs, blogs, articles and presentations.
High-level conference - Enhancing sustainable growth: skills and smart work organisation in the digital eraEvent 03 Julij 2019
Women in management: If we want to get serious about gender equality we need to talk about job qualityBlog 07 Marec 2019
A selection of related data on this topic are linked below.
- Data: European Working Conditions Survey - Data visualisation
- Data: European Company Survey - Data visualisation - Find data on aspects of work organisation in companies
- Country: Country profiles – Find information on aspects of work organisation in each EU Member State
Research continues in this topic on a variety of themes, which are outlined below with links to forthcoming titles.
Other ongoing work
- Investigating the nature of work in digitised workplaces, in particular company approaches to digital devices and their impact on job quality, work organisation and industrial relations