Chapter I - Introduction Introductory paragraphs Chapter I begins with a few short introductory paragraphs a couple of pages at most.
These papers comprise both evaluations of Acas services and reports which contribute to wider employment relations debates. Featured research paper This report explores how email might help people to achieve their work goals, and examines the strategies that are adopted by workers to differentially impact both wellbeing and productivity.
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We will not share your contact information with any external organisations. This conference is essential for those interested in the changing world of work and the modern workplace. View details or book your place Research papers Acas Early Conciliation decision-making: Thirty-five in-depth interviews were undertaken with a broad range of these claimants, to develop greater insights into the behaviours and motivations of this group and gather evidence to help Acas improve the delivery of the EC service.
This report explores how email might help people to achieve their work goals, and examines the strategies that are adopted by workers to differentially impact both wellbeing and productivity.
The primary aim of the research was to identify factors or themes that explain the strategies used to deal with work email.
This helps us to understand how, why, when and for whom such strategies will have positive and negative repercussions on productivity and wellbeing outcomes.
The research comprised two phases. The first phase included a systematic literature review to provide a rigorous and transparent review of the academic and practitioner research that has been conducted across psychology, management and human-computer interaction fields.
This was supported by the second phase which included twelve semi-structured sense checking interviews. Flexible working for parents returning to work: The methodology adopted for the study comprised a purposive evidence review, coupled with a series of case studies.
We have also produced a Gender identity typology [kb] typology to help employers and employees understand the terminology in this area.
Flexibility in the Workplace: In essence, it allows employees to work flexibly both in terms of when and where they work. Over recent years, FWA have become prevalent in the workplace, and this research largely focuses on how FWA affects the working lives of individuals, teams and organisations. This report is based on a small research study which includes a review of the flexible working literature, along with interviews conducted at two organisations one public organisation, and one private to illustrate flexible working in practice.
This report looks at the connections between the introduction of new workplace technologies and employment relations. The ways in which technology can affect employees are numerous, and the report explores the impact of new workplace technologies on three key areas; work intensification, worker autonomy and skills development and employee wellbeing.
The research is based on three qualitative case studies with UK employers, interviews with key experts in management and a review of existing literature. Evaluation of Acas Advisory Projects: Advisory Projects are delivered by Acas as two distinct strands of work: Both strands were in-scope for this evaluation, which adopts a comparative approach to the analysis and was designed to provide robust evidence for the impact of Acas Advisory Projects across a variety of contexts.
Workplaces are amongst the institutions that contribute to, and impact on, our mental health throughout our lives.
This report explores the management of mental health at work, and is based on a qualitative study, with thirty semi-structured interviews undertaken, largely across six case study organisations and other key stakeholders.
It puts forward a range of learning points that can be drawn from this case study research to promote positive mental health at work and highlights key recommendations. Neurodiversity at work [kb] Ref: Specifically, it seeks to identify policies and practices which ensure the integration of people with particular neurological conditions ADHD, autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia into mainstream employment.
It is based on case studies of two organisations who are good practice employers, coupled with expert testimony from specialist practitioners. Evaluation of pay and work rights calls to the Acas Helpline [kb] Ref:Preliminary versions of economic research.
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