Workplace flexibility has grown increasingly popular for years and even more so since the outbreak of the pandemic. However, research results regarding the influence of flexible working on employee well-being are inconclusive. This is partly due to studies overlooking that flexible working is embedded in the way work is conducted and that it is ambivalent. Indeed, flexibility is sometimes experienced as a perk given by the organization, that may allow the employee to go to the doctor in the middle of the day. Other times it is experienced as a contribution the employee makes towards their organization, for example by working late to meet clients demands. Thus, individual experiences of flexibility may vary a lot. In any case, employees can have an active role in the construction and interpretation of flexibility. This project aims to investigate dynamic and idiosyncratic employee experiences of flexible working and how such experiences are connected to their well-being.
Il semble que les vertus de l’éducation entrepreneuriale fassent l’unanimité... Mais qu’en est-il réellement ? Autrement dit quelles sont les représentations imaginaires collectives associées à l’éducation entrepreneuriale (EE) en France par ses différentes parties prenantes (enseignants, étudiants, chercheurs, entrepreneurs, accompagnateurs, responsables d’école ou d’UFR) ? Notre recherche en deux phases, l’une qualitative, l’autre quantitative, a permis de découvrir que cet imaginaire s’organise effectivement autour d’un noyau représentationnel de nature utopique.
BORNARD Fabienne - INSEEC U |
VERZAT Caroline - ESCP Business School |
- Entrepreneuriat, Gestion des Ressources Humaines