The quality of employment and decent work: definitions, methodologies, and ongoing debates

@inproceedings{Burchell2014TheQO,
  title={The quality of employment and decent work: definitions, methodologies, and ongoing debates},
  author={Brendan J. Burchell and Kirsten Sehnbruch and Agnieszka Piasna and Nurjk Agloni},
  year={2014}
}
  • Brendan J. Burchell, Kirsten Sehnbruch, +1 author Nurjk Agloni
  • Published 2014
  • Economics
  • This article explores the development of concepts related to the ‘quality of employment’ in the academic literature in terms of their definition, methodological progress and ongoing policy debates. Over time, these concepts have evolved from simple studies of job satisfaction towards more comprehensive measures of job and employment quality, including the International Labour Organization’s concept of ‘Decent Work’ launched in 1999. This article compares the parallel development of quality of… CONTINUE READING

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