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I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. Temporary work is not always precarious
2. The psychological contract has a significant role
3. The “invisible” problems of permanent employment
4. Similarities larger than differences between countries
5. Further implications
II. BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT
1. Employment contracts are changing
2. The psychological contract
3. Research objectives
4. Conceptual models
4.1. Conclusions from the state of the art review
4.2. Conceptual model for employer side
5. Societal dimensions relevant to the psychological contract
III. SCIENTIFIC DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT RESULTS AND METHODOLOGY
1. Methods
1.1. Design and samples
1.1.1. Choosing sectors and companies
1.1.2. Procedure for data collection
1.2. Questionnaires
1.2.1. Employee side
1.2.2. Additional methodological comments
1.2.3. Employer interview/questionnaire
1.3. Identifying societal dimensions and indicators to measure them
1.3.1. Data analyses
1.3.2. Multilevel analyses
2. Results
2.1. Participating companies and employees
2.2. Participating companies - empployer perspective
2.2.2. Psychological contracts, as reported by the companies
2.2.4. Summary
3. Comparing employees across employment contracts
3.1. General considerations
3.1.3. Distribution of the specific temporary employee items
3.1.4. Summary
3.2. Attitudes and well-being of employees across employment contracts
4. The role of the psychological contract
4.1. Evaluation of the impact of all intervening variables
4.1.1. Work-related health
4.1.2. General health
4.1.3. Sickness behaviours and incidents at work
4.1.4. Work attitudes and performance
4.2. What are consistently the strongest associates of well-being?
4.3. Summary
5. Comparison of types of temporary contracts
5.1. Work-related health
5.2. Sickness behaviours and general health
5.3. Work attitudes and performance
5.4. What can we draw from these analyses?
5.5. Intervening variables within temporary responses
5.5.1. Work-related health
5.5.2. Sickness behaviours and incidents at work
5.5.3. Work attitudes and performance
6.1. Agreement on the content of the psychological contract
6.3. Multilevel analyses of country and sector effects
6.3.1. Country level differences
6.3.2. Sector level
6.4. Country and sector differences of the organizational variables
6.5. Employee level explorations using multilevel analyses
6.6. Country and sector differences in health and wellbeing of employees
IV. CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
1.1. Temporary work positively related to satisfaction and well-being
2.1.1. Definitions of temporary employment
V. DISSEMINATION AND EXPLOITATION OF RESULTS
VI. REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
VII. ANNEXES
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Eu Research on Social Sciences and Humanities Psychological Contracts Across

Eu Research on Social Sciences and Humanities Psychological Contracts Across

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Published by: Silvia Bouroş on Oct 15, 2013
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