This project investigates The Danish Working Environment Authority with in relation to an agreement from the methods commission from 1995, saying that they do not have the right to interfere in psychosocial problems for the workers, that be related to management´s overall decisions and strategies. This is a problem in terms of regulating mishandling of management and lack of social support from managers. This project concludes that the criticism of this agreement has partly overlooked other ways of regulating the management’s right to lead and control the work. In addition, the Working Environment Authority has since 1995 gained some right to regulate instances of lack of feedback and social support from managers. Only if connected to the individual workers work function however. The methods used are hermeneutic document analysis of the report from the methods commission, but also internal documents from the Working Environment Authority itself. Theoretically, the project draws upon the Demand-Control-Support model by Karasek and Theorell as well as theories about the ambivalence of humanization of late modern working life.
|Uddannelser||Arbejdslivsstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||21 aug. 2016|
- Psykisk arbejdsmiljø
- Kontrol-krav model