New Work

Hat sich die Erwartungshaltung der Arbeitnehmer, unterteilt in vier Generationen, gegenüber New Work aufgrund der aktuellen CoronaPandemie verändert?

The aim of this bachelor thesis is to find out whether the expectations of employees towards New Work have changed due to the Corona pandemic. The employees are divided into the four currently employed generations, whose different opinions are also to be researched. To this purpose, the following research question is posed: 'Has the expectation of workers, divided into four generations, towards New Work changed due to the Corona pandemic?' To answer the research question, a quantitative study will be conducted. This will be based on the empirical study by author Jobst-Jürgens and then compared with this study to be better illustrate the changes. The quantitative study shows that changes in the expectations of the employees, divided into four generations, can be presented with regard to the topics of work-life balance, communication, leadership, team decisions, acceptance of low-performing life phases, the work environment and the preference between high salary or interesting tasks. Based on this, it can be concluded that global issues, such as the Corona pandemic, can move companies to completely new ways of working and bring about a certain change in the expectations of employees with regard to the aspects of New Work.

Autoren: Döttling, Vanessa / Weißhaupt, Michael
Seiten: 105

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Vanessa Döttling
Prof. Dr. Michael Weißhaupt  Elektronische Visitenkarte
New Work, Algorithmen & KI im Recruiting, Impression Management & Social Media
Studiendekan Medien- und Wirtschaftspsychologie (Bachelor, 7 Semester)
Professor für Human Resource Management. Schwerpunkte: Eignungsdiagnostik, Arbeits- u. Organisationspsychologie, Leadership & Professional Development
Medien- und Wirtschaftspsychologie (Bachelor, 7 Semester)
Fakultät Electronic Media
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Michael Weißhaupt

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