2 edition of Working time and workers" preferences in industrialized countries found in the catalog.
Working time and workers" preferences in industrialized countries
Includes bibliographical references (p. -227) and index
|Statement||edited by Jon C. Messenger|
|Series||Routledge studies in the modern world economy -- 50|
|Contributions||Messenger, Jon C. 1960-|
|LC Classifications||HD5106 .W467 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||2004048208|
Abstract. Includes selected papers from the 9th International Symposium on Working Time, Paris (), looking at the increasing use of results-based employment relationships for managers and professionals, and the increasing fragmentation of time to more closely tailor staffing needs to customer requirements (e.g., short-hours, part-time work). discussion questions for BONUS case 1. An argument can be offered that developed (industrialized) countries in the world experienced poor working conditions as their economies matured. Therefore, over time, workers in developing countries will gain the same benefits as their counterparts in countries such as the United States, Germany.
settlements several years later, and by the prevailing conditions for full-time workers were six weeks of annual holidays and just above 40 hours per week. Given the rising unemployment in the seventies, in IG Metall again launched a campaign to reduce standard working time below 40 hours in order to promote work-sharing. While their. Introduction: working time in industrialized countries. Finding the balance: working time and workers' needs and preferences in industrialized countries: Place of Publication: Oxon: Publisher: Routledge: Pages: Number of pages: 9: ISBN (Print) Publication status:Cited by: 6.
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Mar 09, · Working time and workers’ preferences in industrialized Countries. Finding the balance. This volume examines the changing nature in working time in industrialized countries. Globalization, demographics changes, increasing numbers of women in the labour market; all these changes have resulted in working time arrangements which now look vastly Cited by: Sep 09, · Working Time and Workers' Preferences in Industrialized Countries.
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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at bursayediiklimokullari.com Get this from a library. Working Time and Workers' Preferences in Industrialized: Finding the Balance. [Jon C Messenger] -- As we enter the new century, a common goal has emerged: the removal or liberalization of restrictions on unsocial hours and the variation of working hours.
This book draws together an international. Get this from a library. Working time and workers' preferences in industrialized countries: finding the balance. [Jon C Messenger;] -- "Globalization, demographic changes, increasing numbers of women in the labour market: all these changes have resulted in working time arrangements which often look vastly different than they did.
Book Graph ™ B&N Readouts Indie Working Time and Worker's Preferences in Industrialized Countries: Finding the Balance / Edition 1 by this progressive standardization of working time has given way to a diversification and individualization in working hours as employers have responded to the competitive pressures of globalization Price: $ Gender and Working-time in Industrialized countries: practices and preferences Chapter (PDF Available) · January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The gradual reduction in weekly working hours in the first half of the last century, which culminated in the widespread adoption of the 'standard' working week by the s, was grounded in a concern for health and safety and for the preservation of time outside of paid labour.
Working Time and Workers` Preferences in Industrialized Countries. Finding the balance; Working Time and Workers' Preferences in Industrialized Countries: Finding the Balance; Original language: English; This book is intended for wide audience from various occupations, but mostly for workers, employers and their organizations.
Flexicurity. In contrast, workers working part-time were the most likely to report compatibility between their job and family life, even when compared with women and men without dependent children. Mar 15, · Consequently, the Recommendation includes conditions of work and employment provisions on age discrimination, working time and work organization, wages and older workers’ need to address family responsibilities.
Using the ILO Recommendation as a framework, this paper explores these conditions of work and employment issues in greater bursayediiklimokullari.com by: Anxo D, Fagan C, McCann D, Lee S, Messenger J. Introduction: working time in industrialized countries. In Finding the balance: working time and workers' needs and preferences in Cited by: 6.
throughout the industrialized countries. The reasons for these costs remain, to a large degree, an open question. It is clear, however, that in most countries part-time workers— 1 In this paper, for convenience, we use the term ‘work’ interchangeably with ‘employment’ when we mean to.
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Sep 11, · Anxo, D. Working time patterns among industrialized countries: A household perspective. In J. Messenger (Ed.), Working time and Workers’ preferences in industrialized countries: Finding the bursayediiklimokullari.com York/Routledge: Routledge Studies in the Modern World bursayediiklimokullari.com by: 3.
The expression “part-time work” does not refer to a precise definition. What one might call part-time work should not be confused with an exact number of working hours. It is defined by a deviation from standard full-time work with reference to the number of hours worked for the type of employment according to industry or profession.
Jun 26, · Today we explore the working habits of countries and bring you the new list, the 11 Countries where people work the bursayediiklimokullari.com today’s economy, working .Book review. McCann, Deirdre (Published). In Working Time and Workers’ Preferences in Industrialized Countries.
Messenger, Jon C. Routledge. Conditions of Work and Employment for Older Workers in Industrialized Countries: Understanding the .Start studying Ba Practice qs. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The only way workers in industrialized countries can compete with their counterparts in the developing world will be through: several politicians are working very hard toward a system of full disclosure and openness that.