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Holtgrewe, Ursula

Hard Work in New Jobs

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: New and Growing but Not Necessarily Better — Expanding Jobs in Europe

1. Introduction: New and Growing but Not Necessarily Better — Expanding Jobs in Europe
Ursula Holtgrewe, Vassil Kirov, Monique Ramioul

2. A Hard Job Is Good to Find: Comparability, Contextuality and Stakeholder Involvement in European Job Quality Research

2. A Hard Job Is Good to Find: Comparability, Contextuality and Stakeholder Involvement in European Job Quality Research
Ursula Holtgrewe, Ekaterina L. Markova, Johan E. Ravn

Part I. Employment Growth, Job Quality and Well-Being

3. Using Business Functions to Identify New and Growing Jobs
Sem Vandekerckhove, Monique Ramioul

4. Examining the Quality of Jobs amongst Vulnerable Groups of Workers in Europe
Charlotte McClelland, David Holman

5. Subjective Well-Being at the Workplace
Ambra Poggi, Claudia Villosio

6. Material Well-Being and Job Quality: Some Descriptive Statistics
Ambra Poggi, Claudia Villosio, Giulia Bizzotto

Part II. Regulating Quality of Work

7. Institutional Anchors for Job Quality — The Case of Industrial Relations
Steffen Lehndorff

8. Can Social Partners Improve the Quality of Work in Low-Wage Work in Europe?
Vassil Kirov

9. The (In)Visible Third Party: De- and Re-regulation of Working Conditions through Public Procurement
Karen Jaehrling, Hanne O. Finnestrand, Vassil Kirov, Hans Torvatn

Part III. Segmentation and Vulnerability

10. Low-Paid but Satisfied? How Immigrant and Ethnic Minority Workers in Low-Wage Jobs Make Sense of Their Wages
Ekaterina L. Markova, Karin Sardadvar, Ambra Poggi, Claudia Villosio

11. Working for Life: Workers’ Career Aspirations and Their Experiences of Past Career Trajectories and Present Working Conditions
Pernille Hohnen, Jolanta Kuznecovienė, Charlotte McClelland, David Holman

12. Out of Sight: Dimensions of Working Time in Gendered Occupations
Albert Recio, Sara Moreno-Colom, Alejandro Godino

13. Gender-Typing of Low-Wage Work: A Comparative Analysis of Commercial Cleaning in Austria, Domiciliary Elderly Care in Germany and the Waste Sector in Bulgaria
Karin Sardadvar, Angelika Kümmerling, Darina Peycheva

Part IV. Autonomy and Social Ties

14. Autonomy in Unlikely Places: Preconditions in Low-Skilled Jobs
Ole H. Sørensen, Monique Ramioul, Rasa Naujanienė

15. Reciprocity, Allegiance and the Market: Social Integration Still at Work
Ursula Holtgrewe, Pernille Hohnen

Keywords: Science, Science, general

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
320 pages
Categories
Natural Sciences
 
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137461087
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-68997-2

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