NEW RESEARCH FINDINGS: Study shows part-time staff aren't getting short-changed

September 2000
FoodService Director;09/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p22
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Employment Policies Institute's (EPI) report which revealed that earnings of part-time food service workers are almost identical to their full-time counterparts computed in an hourly basis. Other key findings of the report; Implication of the findings; Comments from the EPI chief economist.


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