An article co-authored by UNTANGLED researcher Ludivine Martin of LISER has just been published by Social Science Computer Review
“Are Employees Happier when Staying Connected with their Companies Outside Working Hours?” analyses how using digital technologies to stay connected to work impacts employees’ well-being. Along with co-authors Thierry Pénard and Nicolas Poussing, Ludivine Martin examines the impact of two forms of connectedness: online communication through emails and smartphones, and remote access to companies’ networks, i.e. to files, management systems and software (information technologies). Researchers used a large survey on the working conditions and work quality of 14,685 employees in Luxembourg and found that:
Martin L, Pénard T, Poussing N. “Are Employees Happier when Staying Connected with their Companies Outside Working Hours?” Social Science Computer Review. May 2022.
The article can be downloaded here: https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/FEGAGSUNJYBCYPPC78NF/full