Title: A study of working models from an employee demand perspective during and beyond Covid-19
Language: English
Authors: Esmaeili, Rana 
Qualification level: Diploma
Advisor: Redlein, Alexander 
Issue Date: 2021
Esmaeili, R. (2021). A study of working models from an employee demand perspective during and beyond Covid-19 [Master Thesis, Technische Universität Wien]. reposiTUm. https://doi.org/10.34726/hss.2021.90741
Number of Pages: 63
Qualification level: Diploma
The aim of this thesis is to investigate and evaluate the most optimal working modelfrom an employee-demand perspective, in order to assess the most successful outcomes during the pandemic and beyond. The outbreak of the pandemic has created drastic changes in working models, leaving many offices empty and forcing large numbers of employees to work from home.The goal of this thesis is reached by undertaking a detailed study of work psychology,organizational psychology and other psychological demands of employees. The study will then review different ways of working, with a special focus on the current pandemic situation and its impact on companies and their employees. This study has applied a mixed methodology approach. The first methodology is in the form of a literature review and the second approach is conducting a survey among a target group of fulltime employees, asking about their working styles, motivations and preferences during and after the pandemic.As a result of both approaches, a hybrid working model is chosen as the most effective working model from an employee perspective, validating a better output for both the workforce and the businesses.
Keywords: Workpsychology; Hybrid working model; Workforce Pyschology; Remote Working; Home office
URI: https://doi.org/10.34726/hss.2021.90741
DOI: 10.34726/hss.2021.90741
Library ID: AC16197042
Organisation: E017 - TU Wien Academy 
Publication Type: Thesis
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