Arabella Mühl, MSc.

Universitätsstraße 7 (NIG)

1010 Vienna

Room: D0606

Research interests

Employee health and well-being, the tension between structure and autonomy in flexible working environments, as well as working hours and modern forms of working time arrangements.

Curriculum Vitae

Arabella has been a doctoral student in the Department of Work and Organizational Psychology under Univ.-Prof. Christian Korunka since September 2021. Her primary interest lies in researching the well-being of employees in flexible work contexts and the effects of modern work forms, such as alternative work hour models like the 4-day workweek.

Prior to this, she worked as a project assistant at the Vienna University of Technology in the field of Work Sciences and was self-employed in the field of data analysis. She completed her master's degree at the University of Vienna (Psychology, with a focus on Work, Economy, and Society) and additionally completed a bachelor's degree in English and American Studies.