Title: Complex effects of work and office design
Authors : Windlinger Inversini, Lukas
Proceedings: Conference proceedings : EFMC 2007 ; 26 and 27 June 2007, Zurich, Switzerland
Pages : 91
Pages to: 98
Conference details: EFMC 2007, 6th EuroFM Research Symposium, Zürich, 2007
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Zürich Euroforum Handelszeitung Konferenz AG
Issue Date: 2007
Language : Deutsch / German
Subjects : Satisfaction; Privacy; Office design
Subject (DDC) : 331: Arbeitsökonomie
Abstract: The combination of office design and work design effects has largely been neglected up to now. In a field study with 257 clerical workers the effects of work and office design was explored. Within an action-theoretical framework multivariate relationships between perceived properties of the office environment and work tasks on the one hand and related attitudes on the other hand are examined. Results show that the variance range in job satisfaction, organisational commitment, privacy, crowding, perceived control, and social climate can be explained through ratings of perceived properties of work and office design by 10 to 70 percent. Not all attitudes are influenced by the same attributes of work and office design. The beta weights show that generally the influences of office design are of greater importance than work design variables. Our research complements available findings on work and workplace design by investigating complex effects of work design and office concepts on employees.
Departement: Life Sciences und Facility Management
Organisational Unit: Institut für Facility Management (IFM)
Publication type: Konferenz: Paper / Conference Paper
Type of review: Keine Angabe / Not specified
ISBN: 9783033012592
URI: https://digitalcollection.zhaw.ch/handle/11475/6365
License (according to publishing contract) : Lizenz gemäss Verlagsvertrag / Licence according to publishing contract
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