Quality of working life

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"Quality of Working Life" (QWL) is a term that had been used to describe the broader job-related experience an individual has.wikipedia
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Job satisfaction

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Job satisfaction can also be seen within the broader context of the range of issues which affect an individual's experience of work, or their quality of working life.

Job control (workplace)

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Perceived control at work as measured by the Work-Related Quality of Life scale (WRQoL) is recognized as a central concept in the understanding of relationships between stressful experiences, behaviour and health.
Quality of working life#Measurement

Employment

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"Quality of Working Life" (QWL) is a term that had been used to describe the broader job-related experience an individual has.

Life satisfaction

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life satisfaction,

Abraham Maslow

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Needs as defined by the psychologist, Abraham Maslow, were seen as relevant in underpinning this model, covering health & safety, economic and family, social, esteem, actualisation, knowledge and aesthetics, although the relevance of non-work aspects is play down as attention is focussed on quality of work life rather than the broader concept of quality of life.

Quality of life

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Needs as defined by the psychologist, Abraham Maslow, were seen as relevant in underpinning this model, covering health & safety, economic and family, social, esteem, actualisation, knowledge and aesthetics, although the relevance of non-work aspects is play down as attention is focussed on quality of work life rather than the broader concept of quality of life.

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

NICENational Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
A publication of the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) emphasises the core role of assessment and understanding of the way working environments pose risks for psychological wellbeing through lack of control and excessive demand.

Work–life balance

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*Work–life balance

Norwegian Labour Party's Women's Federation

Labour Party's Women's Federation
Initially concerned with working conditions and voting rights, its interests were extended over the years.

Sidney Harman

Dr. Sidney Harman
He was known for the quality of working life programs that he initiated at the company’s plants, especially for the program at Bolivar, Tennessee, which had some short-lived success and has become a model for such activities in American industry and a principal case study at business schools in the United States and abroad.

PIACT

The programme is concerned with improving the quality of working life in a broad interpretation.

National Centre for Partnership and Performance

The NCPP's goal was to contribute to national competitiveness, improved workplace productivity and performance, and a better Quality of working life for employers and employees alike.

The Work Foundation

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The Work Foundation is focused on promoting the concept of "Good Work" - the notion that good quality jobs lead to higher productivity, improved quality of working life, improved employee engagement and better workplace health and well-being.

Workplace strategy

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"the Government's blueprint to help transform Ireland's workplaces into Workplaces of the Future, by promoting greater levels of partnership-led change and innovation in our places of work, regardless of size or sector. As Ireland continues its economic and social transition to a knowledge-based economy and society, the Strategy’s underlying premise is that all companies and organisations can achieve improved performance and an enhanced Quality of working life by improving their capacity to manage change and innovation within the workplace."