Work fragmentation - How much is too much?

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Sadler, Kirsten (2011) Work fragmentation - How much is too much? Project Report. KPMG, Australia.


Modern workers are increasingly able to access work anywhere, anytime, through an array of technologies. At the same time, employee expectations are changing as they juggle the costs of 24/7 accessibility with the benefits of making better use of time. In this report we present new insights from a survey of 608 Australian employees and their perceptions of work fragmentation, productivity and health. The paper also suggests a variety of implications and strategies for managers to help their workers achieve the optimum balance between improved productivity and overload.

Item type Monograph (Project Report)
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Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1503 Business and Management
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > College of Education
Keywords Australian employees, work fragmentation, workforce productivity, workload management, organisational policies development, healthy balance, flexible work options, appropriate technology
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