New study: Effect of precarious employment on individualised wellbeing, 2022
Author of the Research: Robin Fabrin-Petersen
Year of the Research: 2022
Keywords: Denmark, precarious employment, subjective job insecurity, non-standard employment, individualised wellbeing, wellbeing, working life, insecure employment, unstable emplyment
The study used a newly established indicator of precarious employment to study its effects in the connection between working life and private life, using an individualised work-to-life wellbeing approach. The indicator is the so-called precarious employment typologies, constructed from the characteristics of the variables, non-standard employment (objective precariousness) and job insecurity (subjective precariousness). The combination of these characteristics creates the employee types: 1) The not precarious employees, who are neither in non-standard employment nor feel subjective job insecurity; 2) The objectively precarious employees who are in non-standard employments but do not feel subjective job insecurity; 3) The subjectively precarious employees who are not in non-standard employment but do feel subjective job insecurity; 4) The double precarious employees who are both in non-standard employments and feel subjective job insecurity. The study is inspired by 'the Quality of Working Life Systemic Inventory' (QWLSI) tool, while adapted to extend the measure to private life.
Fabrin-Petersen, R. (2022). Effect of precarious employment on individualised wellbeing, 2022 [Data file]. Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana, Slovenian Social Science Data Archives. ADP - IDNo: VPDZ22. https://doi.org/10.17898/ADP_VPDZ22_V1
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