Does High Involvement Management Improve Worker Wellbeing

@inproceedings{Bckerman2011DoesHI,
  title={Does High Involvement Management Improve Worker Wellbeing},
  author={Petri B{\"o}ckerman and Alex Bryson and Pekka Ilmakunnas},
  year={2011}
}
Employees exposed to high involvement management (HIM) practices have higher subjective wellbeing, fewer accidents but more short absence spells than “like” employees not exposed to HIM. These results are robust to extensive work, wage and sickness absence history controls. We highlight the possibility of higher short-term absence in the presence of HIM because it is more demanding than standard production and because multi-skilled HIM workers cover for one another's short absences thus… CONTINUE READING

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