Work systems, Quality of Working Life and Attitudes of Workers. An Empirical Study towards the effects of Team and non-Teamwork
In this article four different work systems are distinguished: the traditional Tayloristic system, ???lean??? teamwork, ???sociotechnical??? teamwork, and the professional work system. Using a survey design the association with several employee outcome variables is analysed. The results show that: 1) work system is an important factor for explaining differences in the quality of working life and attitudes of workers; 2) the Tayloristic work system clearly has detrimental effects on the well-being of workers. 3) in a survey design, comparing just teamworkers and non-teamworkers is not enough due to the heterogeneity of both categories.
|Professional Workers, Taylorism, Work Organization, Workers|
|Organisation||Department of Public Administration|
Steijn, A.J. (2001). Work systems, Quality of Working Life and Attitudes of Workers. An Empirical Study towards the effects of Team and non-Teamwork. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/460