Le Co-working comme alternative émergente pour promouvoir le « bien-être » au travail

Sarah Mokaddem 1 Sinda Mhiri 2
1 CEPN
CEPN - Centre d'Economie de l'Université Paris Nord
Résumé : With the evolving infatuation for the so-called New Ways of Work (NWoW) we witness today the arrival of new collaborative working devices, especially « Coworking » which refers to the idea of working in synergy by relying on ICT. As part of this study, we are exploring the extent to which the use of emerging collabora-tive work arrangements promotes the well-being of coworkers. In light of our experience's results of getting involved in a coworking space, we have tried to answer our research question through a participatory observation supplemented by semi-directive interviews with our coworkers as well as an analysis of secondary resources. Our main objective is, first, to identify the motivations behind the adoption of coworking : second, to identify the particular dimensions that foster the well-being of those who choose these collaborative workspaces as a support for the exercise of their professional activity. Last, we will discuss the collaborative interactions and the community of practice that promote both networks of skills and co-creation of projects.
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Management & Sciences Sociales, Kedge Business School, 2017, Mieux-être au travail, pp.73-90
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Sarah Mokaddem, Sinda Mhiri. Le Co-working comme alternative émergente pour promouvoir le « bien-être » au travail. Management & Sciences Sociales, Kedge Business School, 2017, Mieux-être au travail, pp.73-90. 〈hal-01867742〉

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