Senior developer Organizational and social work environment
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My research is primarily revolves around how public sector manager's organizational and social work environment should be designed for increased managerial sustainability. My main research interest is the balance between job demands and resources in managerial work, but also directed to the organizational factors that, in turn, creates these demands and resources, as well as the consequences they have for the individual managers as well as their organization. The Job-demands-resources (JD-R) model constitutes the core theory in most of my research.
At ISM, I work mainly with research and development issues related to the organizational and social work environment of managers as well as employees.
At the moment, I am conducting research in three projects directed to 1) explaining why public sector managers choose to leave or stay in their jobs 2) how an attractive home care service should be organized and 3) polarization and change in working conditions in the Swedish labor market.
Cregård A och Corin L.
Public sector managers: the decision to leave or remain in a job
Human Resource Development International, january 2019
Cregård, A., Corin, L., & Skagert, K
Voluntary turnover among public sector managers: A review.
Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration.
Corin L, & Björk, L. Job demands and job resources in human service managerial work – An external assessment through work content analysis. Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, January 2017.
Linda Corin (avhandling) Job demands, job resources, and consequences for managerial sustainability in the public sector -A contextual approach Göteborgs universitet, April 2016
Corin, L., Berntson, E., & Härenstam, A Managers' Turnover in the Public Sector – The Role of Psychosocial Working Conditions. International Journal of Public Administration, January 2016
Berntson, E., Wallin, L., & Härenstam, A. Typical situations for managers in the Swedish public sector: Cluster analysis of working conditions using the job demands-resources model. International Public Management Journal, J