By Sandra E. Gleason
The members to this quantity offer an available multidisciplinary exam of the expansion of nonstandard employment and the similarities and modifications of its effect on staff, companies, unions, and public coverage within the usa, Japan, and Europe. This e-book serves as a one-stop source for info at the starting to be contingent exertions forces in these international locations.
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4 percent) than any other form of employment arrangement. Volition in the shadow workforce An important issue in the study of contingent and alternative employment relationships is the extent to which the arrangement reflects employee choice. 13]). Investigating preference across alternative work arrangements reveals greater differences in attitudes. indb 41 11/13/2006 9:06:44 AM 42 von Hippel et al. 5 SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey (CPS) Supplements: Contingent and Alternative Employment Arrangements, Employed Contingent Workers by their Preference for Contingent or Noncontingent Work Arrangements, February 2005.
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The Shadow Workforce: Perspectives on Contingent Work in the United States, Japan, and Europe by Sandra E. Gleason