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Influence on working hours among shift workers

Self-rostering, also called prioritized working hours or self-elected working hours, is a concept giving the employee more influence on planning one's own working hours. The con­cept is at present being introduced in Denmark, especially in the health care and eldercare sector, in order to enhance recruitment and retain employees. However, there is a lack of knowledge on the consequences of having influence on one's own working hours. The purpose of the project is to shed light on dif­fer­ent practices and on positive as well as negative consequences of self-rostering among shift workers on the individual as well as the company level.

Read more about the project under General information.

 26.11.2014
Contact: Anne Helene Garde
 
 
 
 

National Research Centre for the Working Environment | Lersø Parkallé 105 | DK-2100 Copenhagen O | Denmark |

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