The Ripple Effect of Schedule Control: A Social Network Approach – McAlpine

The author proposes that employees with less schedule control than their peers will be less satisfied with and committed to their employers.

They argue, therefore, that this provides evidence for the existence of socialised aspects of schedule control and suggest this may have implications for organizations in their management of flexibility among workers.

McAlpine, Kirstie (2014) The Ripple Effect of Schedule Control: A Social Network Approach, MA Thesis, Cornell University

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