This paper is based on survey results from 1,055 partners and employees of an international professional services firm regarding the workplace environment. Data collected address influences on work schedules, work time and locations, work with technology, and choices to work from home. The results suggest that client, organizational, and personal factors influence the work environment, and that the use of technology enables flexibility. The survey results are discussed referencing concepts of motivation, productivity, supervision, and control; empowerment and implications for accounting research are proposed.
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Research Article| January 01 2002
Workplace Environment in a Professional Services Firm
Behavioral Research in Accounting (2002) 14 (1): 105–127.
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Karen L. Hooks, Julia L. Higgs; Workplace Environment in a Professional Services Firm. Behavioral Research in Accounting 1 February 2002; 14 (1): 105–127. doi: https://doi.org/10.2308/bria.2002.14.1.105
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