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Improving Workplace Quality. New Perspectives and Challenges for Worker Well-Being

Iss. 97. Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer, 2017.
Gerasimova E., Rymkevich O., Lyutov N. L., Sychenko E., Addabbo T., Bromwich W., Cannito M., Gallizioli G., Govindjee A., Greene D. W., Jones T., Macchitella U., Oliva D., Olivier M., Luigi G. R., Sarti E., Spinelli C., Starace F., Tufo M.
Academic editor: O. Rymkevich, W. Bromwich.

The volume presents a selection of contributions mostly from the fourteenth annual conference in commemoration of Prof Marco Biagi on Wellbeing at and through work held in Modena (Italy) on 17–18 March 2016. The papers, which form the chapters in this volume, cover a number of countries and a wide range of issues in relation to quality of work and employee well-being including discrimination, harassment, disability, and work-life balance addressing them in an interdisciplinary perspective. Moreover, a number of regulatory approaches ranging from legislative interventions to voluntary measures are analysed in an attempt to cast light on the problem of well-being at work.

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Improving Workplace Quality. New Perspectives and Challenges for Worker Well-Being