A working definition

Bayliss, Valerie
April 1998
People Management;4/30/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p25
Reports on the employers need to adapt flexible ways of working and readjusting the psychological contract of employees in Great Britain. Impact of changes in working patterns; Strategies for an effective management; Brief information on the `Redefining Work' project of the RSA company.


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