Det skjulte arbejde - i en grænseløs udviklingskultur

Jeppe Zielinski Ajslev, Marianne Almann, Jeppe Møller, Helene Lind Kryger Nielsen, John Kurt Nielsen & Simon Brøndum Scheppan

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt

Abstrakt

At the heart of this report is the concept of hidden work, defined as non-paid activities at work, having a substantial effect on the performance of work. The report describes how the hidden work is created in the Western society in general and specifically in the company Nebula as a result of social and organizational dynamics. While the reasons for the emergence of hidden work can be found through a theoretical discussion, the empirical analysis of this report shows how the hidden work is reflected among employees at Nebula. We describe the consequences of the hidden work both theoretically and empirically. Based on the report’s constructivist epistemology and Honneth’s recognition theory, a normative concept of work is being presented. This understanding of the work and the consequences of hidden work will form the basis for the report finally describing the possibilities for change, leading to a better work life.

UddannelserArbejdslivsstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
SprogDansk
Udgivelsesdato1 dec. 2008
VejledereHenrik Lambrecht Lund

Emneord

  • overarbejde
  • fleksibilitet
  • anerkendelse
  • work
  • recognition
  • Axel Honneth
  • organisation
  • projektkultur
  • boundarylessness
  • arbejde
  • organisering
  • Work-Life balance
  • Kenneth Gergen
  • skjult arbejde
  • culture of development
  • krænkelse
  • violation
  • udviklingskultur
  • hidden work
  • overtime
  • grænseløshed