This report is based on a literature review of current research in the area of working life studies, focusing on organization of work.
This report contains two systematic literature reviews that bring together existing knowledge in the form of previously published systematic reviews. The report is intended to provide knowledge in relation to the question of what creates healthy, vital workplaces.
This report presents a literature review of research on the importance of leadership for employee health and well-being.
This report presents a literature review focused on research that has examined which factors are deemed important in creating a high level of change competence in workplaces.
The overarching purpose of this literature review is to provide a summary and overview of knowledge derived from research literature on work environment trends, particularly digitalization and new employment forms, with an emphasis on consequences for the work environment.
This literature review focuses on identifying the ways in which a sound and healthy workplace can be designed to provide favourable conditions for good job performance in parallel with a high level of well-being.