The management of teleworking adoption: an organisational study of feasibility perception in industrial and service companies
Manuela Perez Perez, Angel Martinez Sanchez, M. Pilar de Luis Carnicer
International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2003, vol. 3, issue 3, 226-248
Teleworking as an integration of information and telecommunication technologies with human resources management, means a new job organisation paradigm for companies working in the new economy. However, there are very few empirical studies that have analysed the teleworking adoption issue from an organisational theory perspective. This paper contributes, with empirical data from industrial and service companies, to the analysis of teleworking diffusion based on hypotheses developed from the agency, institutional and resource-based view theories.
Keywords: teleworking; human resources managers; agency theory; institutional theory; resource-based view of the firm. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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