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Relationship Between Remote Working and Work Outcomes of Constantly Connected BYOD Knowledge Workers

Doargajudhur, Melina; Hosanoo, Zuberia; Huzooree, Aartee

Authors

Aartee Huzooree



Contributors

Harish Chandra Chandan
Editor

Abstract

Remote working is growing in popularity globally, and the COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to this trend. While the idea of remote work is not new, the reality is that it is now more common than ever in all industries and organisations where it can be implemented, and it is becoming a preferred method of working globally. The issue of remote work is current, and given how quickly it has spread throughout the globe, it is critical to look at how this new working paradigm impacts work outcomes of constantly connected BYOD (bring your own device) workers. The chapter examines the effects of working remotely for this type of employee. It also presents the remote working trend across the globe, the theoretical lens, and the reason for choosing the job demands-resources theory. A research model is proposed by carefully analysing the key constructs related to the impacts of remote working for BYOD users. The chapter explores strategies and recommendations tailored to enhance the remote work experience for these employees, while also providing insights into future directions.

Online Publication Date May 31, 2024
Publication Date May 31, 2024
Deposit Date Apr 12, 2024
Publisher IGI Global
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Pages 117-150
Book Title Impact of Teleworking and Remote Work on Business: Productivity, Retention, Advancement, and Bottom Line
Chapter Number 6
ISBN 9798369313145
DOI https://doi.org/10.4018/979-8-3693-1314-5.ch006
Public URL http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/3592335
Contract Date Feb 19, 2024