[Datasciencecentral] BigDataFr recommends: Quantitative Alienation in the Workplace

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BigDataFr recommends: Quantitative Alienation in the Workplace

[…] For my graduate paper, I studied perceptions of workplace stress through the critical lens of social disablement. Writing this paper was certainly an intellectual exercise that at the time didn’t seem to have many practical applications. I am therefore honoured to become better acquainted with the “mechanics” of quantitative alienation through my day-to-day duties. I respect the fact that I can’t share any substantial details about my actual work processes on a blog. It will therefore be necessary for me to focus on concepts and to keep the conversation at this conceptual level. I will admit however that much of this blog is about a case that I studied during my graduate studies – about 30 years of archived management records relating to an organization that is no longer in operation – gained through “freedom of information” provisions. […]

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By Don Philip Faithful
Source: datasciencecentral.com

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