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Alternative employment arrangements.
Author: JH Marler; P Tolbert; G Milkovich; P Moen
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements; Flexible Work Arrangements/Flexibility
Date: 2003

Exploring the boundaries in professional careers: Reduced-load work arrangements in law, medicine, and accounting.
Author: Mary Dean Lee; Lori Engler; Leanne Wright; Ronald J Burke; Debra L Nelson
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 2002

The global economy and changes in the nature of contingent work.
Author: Robert E Parker; Berch Berberoglu
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Flexible Work Arrangements/Flexibility; Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 2002

Polarization of working time and gender differences: Reconciling family and work by reducing working time of men and women.
Author: Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay; Victor W Marshall; Walter R Heinz; Helga Kruger; Anil Verma
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Public Policy; Business Case; Global; International; Alternative Work Arrangements; Public Policy
Date: 2001

Reduced-load work and the experiences of time among professionals and managers: Implications for personal and organizational life.
Author: Michelle L Buck; Dean Lee; MacDermid; Stephen Smith; Cary L Cooper; Denise M Rousseau
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Work Design/Redesign; Work and Family; Economy; Work and Family; Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 2000

Alternative and part-time employment arrangements as a response to job loss.
Author: Henry S Farber; David Neumark
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 2000

Long-run trends in part-time and temporary employment: Toward an understanding.
Author: Alec R Levenson; David Neumark
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 2000

New organizational forms in the information society.
Author: Gerhard Bosch; Webster; Hans-Jurgen Weissbach; Ken Ducatel; Juliet Webster; Werner Herrmann
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Flexible Work Arrangements/Flexibility; Alternative Work Arrangements; Public Policy; Business Case; Global; International
Date: 2000

The implications of flexible staffing arrangements for job stability.
Author: Susan N Houseman; Anne E Polivka; David Neumark
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 2000

Do Americans feel overworked?: Comparing ideal and actual working time.
Author: Jerry A Jacobs; Toby Parcel; Daniel B Cornfield; Kathleen Gerson
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Time; Employee Benefits; Income; Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1999

Toiling for piece-rates and accumulating deficits: Contingent work in higher education.
Author: Kathleen Barker; Kathleen Barker; Kathleen Christensen
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1998

Counting the workers: Results of a first survey.
Author: Sharon R Cohany; Kathleen Barker; Kathleen Christensen; Steven F Hipple; Thomas J Nardone; Anne E Polivka; Jay C Stewart
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1998

New systems of work and new workers.
Author: Robert Drago; Kathleen Barker; Kathleen Christensen
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements; Engagement; Recruitment/Retention; Work and Family
Date: 1998

Gauging the consequences for gender relations, pay equity, and the public purse.
Author: Roberta Spalter-Roth; Kathleen Barker; Kathleen Christensen; Heidi I Hartmann
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1998

Countervailing human resource trends in family-sensitive firms.
Author: Kathleen E Christensen; Kathleen Barker; Kathleen Christensen
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1998

Making labor law work for part-time and contingent workers.
Author: Virginia L duRivage; Kathleen Barker; Kathleen Christensen; Francoise J Carre; Chris Tilly
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1998

Telecommuting as a response to help people balance work and family.
Author: Francine Riley; Donna Weaver McCloseky; Saroj Parasuraman; Jeffrey H Greenhaus
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Engagement; Recruitment/Retention; Work and Family; Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1997

Telework- Symbol of the information society?
Author: Lennart Sturesson; Ewa Gunnarsson
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1997

Women's part-time employment and the family cycle: A cross-national comparison.
Author: Hans-Peter Blossfeld; Hans-Peter Blossfeld; Catherine Hakim
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Flexible Work Arrangements/Flexibility; Alternative Work Arrangements; Public Policy; Business Case; Global; International; Public Policy
Date: 1997

Evaluating the impact of family-friendly employer policies: A case study.
Author: Suzan Lewis; Suzan Lewis; Jeremy Lewis; Karen Taylor
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Public Policy; Business Case; Global; International; Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1996

The family-friendly employer in Europe.
Author: Lisa Harker; Suzan Lewis; Jeremy Lewis
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Leave; Public Policy; Flexible Work Arrangements/Flexibility; Alternative Work Arrangements; Afterschool Care; Child Care; Elder Care; Public Policy; Organizations; Business Case; Dependent Care; Corporate; Public Policy; Business Case; Global; International
Date: 1996

Constructing pluralistic work and career arrangements.
Author: Phyllis H Raabe; Suzan Lewis; Jeremy Lewis
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements; Career(s); Work and Family; Business Case; Productivity; Work and Family
Date: 1996

Eliminating the journey to work: Home-based work across the life course of women in the United States.
Author: Kathleen E Christensen; Cindi Katz; Janice Monk Monk
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1993

Reevaluating union policy toward white-collar home-based work.
Author: Kathleen E Christensen; Dorothy Sue Cobble
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Income; Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 1993

Can work requirements accomodate to the needs of dual-earner families?
Author: Alice H Cook; Suzan Lewis; Dafna N Izraeli; Helen Hootsmans
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements; Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Dual-earner
Date: 1992