The aim was to describe the organization of working hours in the Danish regions according to sex, age and calendar year. Based on the Danish Working Hour Database (DWHD), individuals were classified according to schedules: Permanent day (57.8%), evening (1.7%), or night (1.2%); day/evening (22.0%); day/night (6.6%); evening/night (0.6%); and day/evening/night (10.2%). More men (9.1%) than women (5.9%) worked day/night, whereas more women (10.9%) than men (7.4%) worked day/evening/night. More young than older employees worked day/evening/night, and fewer worked permanent day or night. From 2008 to 2015 we observed a trend towards more employees working permanent day and fewer employees working other schedules. Altogether DWHD provides a strong tool in research on working hours.
|Status||Udgivet - jun. 2018|
|Begivenhed||23rd International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time: Toward a Global Consensus - Uluru, Australien|
Varighed: 19. jun. 2017 → 23. jun. 2017
|Konference||23rd International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time|
|Periode||19/06/2017 → 23/06/2017|