A Good Work - Quality and Values in the Job

Anette Bilfeldt, Elsebeth Hofmeister, Michael Søgaard Jørgensen, Hanne Meyer-Johansen, Inger Stauning

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    A good work is difficult to define since it has several aspects. It is on the one hand a question about the conditions for the work, so that the work is done under satisfying conditions and on the other hand it is a question about how these conditions impact the content of the work. This means whether the opportunities for doing the work in a proper way and deliver products and servies of a god quality. This chapter discusses the importance for employees of doing a good work and whether they experience that the conditions for actually doing a good work is fulfilled. The chapter discusses also the impact of management strategies for quality in products and servies for the employees.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHuman Development and Working Life. Work for Welfare
    EditorsHelge Hvid and Peter Hasle
    Place of PublicationAlderskot
    Publication date2003
    ISBN (Print)0 7546 3419 1
    Publication statusPublished - 2003


    • Environment
    • employee participation
    • Quality Management Principles
    • Development of human resources
    • the developmental work


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