With Suvi Nenonen and
Ursula Hyrkkänen, Tampere University of Technology
Work crafting is defined as self-initiated change behaviour that employees use with the aim to align their jobs with their preferences, motives and passions. It is proactive work behaviour aiming to improve person’s job fit over work motivation. The places and spaces is one element for employees’ work crafting.
The presentation is based on the data gathered in the project New Ways of Work Crafting, which has investigated how the working time and workspace management practices are crafted by employees in Finnish SME-companies.
The goal of the presentation is to offer information and insight on how people are working in a mobile and multi-locational manner and especially how they craft – within the regulatory limits – their working time, work habits and the various workspaces they use. The results presented are based on both qualitative and quantitative data.