Exploring the effects of working from home
Two new journal publications published in leading academic journals
Since Covid-19 many office workers have been working from home. They experience more autonomy in when, where and how they work. They are experiencing many of the elements of the so-called New Ways of Working. How might this affect employee level outcomes such as informal learning andintrapreneurial behavior? You can find out all about this in two new journal publications by ROA researchers that have been published this week in leading academic journals.
The first one, by Ruud Gerards, Andries de Grip, and former SBE master student Arnoud Weustink, investigates the relation between New Ways of Working and Informal Learning and has been published in Personnel Review:
The second one, by Ruud Gerards, Sanne van Wetten, and former SBE master student Cecile van Sambeek, investigates the relation between New Ways of Working and employee intrapreneurial behavior and has been published in Review of Managerial Science: