The concept of “well-being at and through work” opens up the opportunity to investigate certain implications of current employment, labour market strategies, and changing patterns of work organization that would be neglected otherwise. It also offers the opportunity to reflect on the values underlying labour legislation, the trends in collective bargaining and ways of organizing work, and to envisage the way ahead in the regulation of change. The book brings together insights from different disciplinary perspectives (labour law and industrial relations, economics, organization and human resource management, sociology, work and organizational psychology), focusing on the relationship between the changes in the world of work and their impact on personal well-being.
Well-being at and through Work / Addabbo, T.; Ales, E.; Curzi, Ylenia; Senatori, Iacopo. - (2017), pp. 3-340.