Reference : Autonomy at work in the gig economy: analysing work status, work content and working ...
Scientific journals : Article
Business & economic sciences : Human resources management
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/233558
Autonomy at work in the gig economy: analysing work status, work content and working conditions of independent professionals
English
Pichault, François mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > HEC Liège : UER > Gestion des ressources humaines >]
McKeown, Tui mailto [Monash University (Australia) > Department of Management in Monash Business School > > >]
Mar-2019
New Technology, Work and Employment
Wiley
34
1
59-72
Yes (verified by ORBi)
International
0268-1072
1468-005X
Oxford
United Kingdom
[en] autonomy ; independent professionals ; work status ; work content ; working conditions ; future of work
[fr] autonomie
[en] This paper offers a critical perspective on the debate surrounding autonomy at work for a specific category of non‐standard workers: independent professionals. The increasing numbers now working this way as well as their spread into all sectors, industries and occupations, mean that their work arrangements can no longer be dismissed as non‐standard or atypical. Defining them by what they are not is quite simply no longer an option. Our paper examines the various components intertwined behind the taken‐for‐granted concept of autonomy. Drawing on debates from the legal through to the sociological and HR literatures, we identify three underlying dimensions to autonomy. When combined, they provide the basis for an analytical matrix that may assist policy makers, practitioners and individual workers to understand the challenges and opportunities linked to new ways of working.
Laboratoire d'Etudes sur les Nouvelles formes de Travail, l'Innovation et le Changement - LENTIC
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/233558
10.1111/ntwe.12132

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