Enabling employees to shape their own jobs in ways that lead to greater autonomy and task variety is strongly linked to high performance, capacity for innovation, engagement and well-being.
A unique virtual event where we met and discussed the company’s journey towards a culture of engagement and innovation with Ed and with several members of his workforce.
This virtual special issue brings together a number of key articles published in Human Relations that focus on the quality of working life.
As demonstrated in the third and fourth European Company Surveys, workplace innovation cases in Central and Eastern Europe were less substantial compared to Continental and Western Europe countries.
In addition to adequate remuneration, people also look for their contribution to the company, opportunities to demonstrate their capabilities, grow professionally and see their efforts recognised.
EUWIN’s 13 partners' opinion paper argues that workplace innovation offers a comprehensive approach to creating the fair working conditions mentioned in the Pillar of Social Rights, launched in 2017 by the European Commission (EC).