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by Kathleen Ph.D. Barker,Kathleen Christensen

eBook Contingent Work: American Employment Relations in Transition (ILR Press Books) epub
  • ISBN: 080143369X
  • Author: Kathleen Ph.D. Barker,Kathleen Christensen
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ilr Pr (July 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 350 pages
  • ePUB size: 1415 kb
  • FB2 size 1278 kb
  • Formats lrf lit mbr lrf


Controversy and challenges raised by contingent work arrangements, Kathleen Barker and Kathleen Christensen - Historical perspective: The peripheral worker (1969), Dean Morse - Counting the workers: results of a first survey, Sharon R. Cohany, Steven F. Hipple, Thomas J. Nardone, Anne E. Polivka, and Jay C. Stewart - Gauging the consequences for gender relations, pay equity, and the public purse /.

Contingent Work: American Employment Relations in Transition. K Barker, eds. 1998 Kathleen Christensen. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2001. Self-efficacy of children and adolescents: A meta-analysis. G Holden, MS Moncher, SP Schinke, KM Barker. Psychological Reports 66 (3), 1044-1046, 1990.

This new book contends that contingent work represents a profound deviation from the employment relations model that dominated most of this century's labor relations. It delineates essential features of contingent work from both the worker's and the organization's point of view. They ask how current.

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In Kathleen Barker and Kathleen Christensen, eds. Contingent Work: American Employment Relations in Transition. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1998, pp. 170–33. Boston: Harvard University Press, 1989. Harrison, Bennett and Mary E. Kelley.

Contingent work : American employment relations in transition. Kathleen Christensen, Kathleen M. D. Barker. Kathleen Christensen, Jan Mainz, Ellids Kristensen. Ugeskrift for laeger. The aim of this study was to evaluate the informative content of referrals and discharge summary letters concerning patients admitted acutely to the Department of Internal Medicine in a Danis. More).

This book collects essays that address the outsourcing and hiring of temporary staff

This book collects essays that address the outsourcing and hiring of temporary staff.

Barker, Kathleen; Christensen, Kathleen (October 19, 1998). Cornell University Press – via Google Books. McKendrick, Joe. "Are we building a 'McJobs' economy?".

published in. Relations Industrielles Journal. Business & Economics.

Contingent work or casual work is an employment relationship with limited job security, payment on a piece work basis, typically part time .

Contingent work or casual work is an employment relationship with limited job security, payment on a piece work basis, typically part time (typically with variable hours) that is considered non-permanent. Contingent work is usually not considered to be a career or part of a career. php?title Contingent work&oldid 897127456".

The successful 1997 strike by the Teamsters against UPS, and the overwhelming support the American public gave the strikers highlighted the impact of contingent work--an umbrella term for a variety of tenuous and insecure employment arrangements such as temping, independent contracting, employee leasing, and some self-employment and part-time or part-year work. This new book contends that contingent work represents a profound deviation from the employment relations model that dominated most of this century's labor relations. It delineates essential features of contingent work from both the worker's and the organization's point of view. Articulating a variety of perspectives from various disciplines, the contributors examine the business forces driving contingent work and assess the consequences of working contingently for the individual, family, and community, taking into account issues of race, class, and gender. They ask how current labor and employment laws need to be rewritten to provide contingent workers with the same comprehensive protections offered to permanent employees. In the final chapter, the editors comment on the status of research on contingent work and chart future research directions.

Contributors: Helen Axel, Kathleen Barker, Anthony P. Carnevale, Franoise J. Carr, Kathleen Christensen, Sharon R. Cohany, Robert W. Drago, Virginia L. duRivage, James M. Eisenmann, George Gonos, Heidi Hartmann, Steven F. Hipple, Lynn A. Jennings, Jean McAllister, Dean Morse, Thomas J. Nardone, Stanley D. Nollen, Anne E. Polivka , James B. Rebitzer, Roberta M. Spalter-Roth, Jay C. Stewart, Chris Tilly.

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