- Temporary differences. Reid, Peter // People Management;3/21/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p23
Discusses the implementation of the legislation on part-time work and fixed-term workers by human resource professionals in Great Britain as of March 2002. Description of European employers' organization for temporary work businesses; Arguments of temporary employment agencies to assist their...
- Part-time and temporary employment in Japan. Houseman, Susan; Osawa, Machiko // Monthly Labor Review;Oct95, Vol. 118 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on part-time and temporary employment in Japan. Overview of nonregular employment; Determinants of nonregular employment; Principal reasons for increasing nonregular employment among Japanese businesses expecting to hire more nonregular workers.
- Tables. // Labour Market Trends;Jul2005, Vol. 113 Issue 7, pS1
Presents tables and summaries of the labor market and employment patterns in the Great Britain from March 1993 through July 2005. Sampling variability of labor force survey data; Labor market indicators by unitary and local authority; Employment rates of full-time, part-time and temporary workers.
- Flexible labour markets and the resourcing of training. Ainger, Jon // Adults Learning;May95, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p264
Focuses on issues regarding the training of part-time and temporary employees or flexible workers in Great Britain. Factors behind changes in full- and part-time employment; Need for resourcing of training of flexible workers; Impact of increased flexible working on the level of skills.
- Flexible labour markets and the adult learner. Uden, Tony // Adults Learning;May95, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p267
Focuses on issues regarding the training of part-time and temporary employees or flexible workers in Great Britain. Competing models of modern economy with a flexible workforce; Questions on the value of the CIB publication `Flexible Labour Markets: Who pays for training?'.
- The price of flexibility. Howard, Simon // People Management;3/20/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p59
Focuses on the increasing cost of temporary labor in Great Britain. Status of temporary employment as an employment strategy; Role of contractual employees in flexibility of firms; Implications for employers, employment agencies or recruiters.
- Nathan Halvorson: Expect a Tighter Market. Armburst, Roger // Back Stage;10/8/2004, Vol. 45 Issue 41, p36
This article presents information on Nathan Halvorson. It is informed that Halvorson moved to New York City in January 1998 and immediately leaped into temping:. A friend who was working for Halvorson's former employers informed him that a worker was taking a four-month maternity leave. They...
- Nursing communication and casualisation of the nursing workforce. Batch, Mary; Barnard, Alan; Windsor, Carol // Australian Nursing Journal;Sep2006, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p33
The article deals with a research in Queensland which will conduct an ethnographic study of a health care facility in order to explore the relationship between the increasing casualisation of the nursing workforce and the communication needs of full time and casual nurses. Australian Institute...
- Contract jobs a viable way to stay afloat. Gill, Dee // Crain's Chicago Business;1/5/2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p10
The article focuses on the increase in temporary jobs in different fields. It is stated that temporary jobs, formerly the exclusive territory of receptionists and data-entry personnel, are now an option for almost every type of professional. These jobs typically pay less on a per-hour basis, but...