Challenges in Work and Employment during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Kalliola, Satu (editor)
Heiskanen, Tuula (editor)
This Special Issue reprint consists of 10 research articles published in “Challenges in Work and Employment during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The authors, originating from six countries, have studied different professional and occupational groups during the pandemic. Their topics range from theoretical analysis of remote work to the experiences of self-leadership, and from new types of job demands to new support needs required to experience relatedness in the pandemic era.
Keywordsdialogic development; participatory action research; remote and technology-driven workplace development; well-being at work; productivity; renewal; multi-actor assessment; agency; COVID-19; cultural sector; precarious employment; small agency; inpatient; substance abuse; treatment; professional; Finland; COVID-19 pandemic; social work; work communities; social capital; Nordic countries; job demands; job resources; organizational support; employee well-being; work engagement; exhaustion; stress; work from home; worker identity; work–life; wellbeing; labour process; self-leadership; psychological safety; remote work; multi-locational work; well-being; meaningfulness; burnout; work and organizational psychology; occupational health; academics; universities; South Africa; work-from-home; women engineer; placement; employment; engineering education; higher education employees; enforced remote work; self-determination theory; basic psychological needs; relatedness; content analysis; n/a
Publication date and placeBasel, 2023