Flexible work arrangements go mainstream
- Job sharing in general practice. Nicol, E. Fiona // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);10/10/1987, Vol. 295 Issue 6603, p888
Investigates the job sharing in general practice of medicine in Edinburgh, Scotland. Comparison of linear analogue scales of patients satisfaction with availability of chosen doctors; Difference between job sharing partners and full time partners; Satisfaction of patients on job sharing...
- Devide and conquer--everything! Marinelli, Marilyn; Berman, Kathy // Supervision;Apr91, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p3
Discusses the possibility of balancing a high profile career with personal and family responsibilities. Finding a partner; Devising a plan; Obtaining supervisor's support; Obtaining support from employees and constituents; Considerations to a job-share situation; Advantages of job sharing.
- Job-shares can mean two brains for the price of one. // Management Today;Aug1998, p10
Focuses on job sharing in the United Kingdom, citing the joint chief executives at Barking and Havering health authority, Sue Osborn and Susan Williams. Belief about job-sharing; Information on Opportunity 2000; Comments made by joint director of personnel at the University College London...
- Two for one: A working idea. Bahls, J.E. // Nation's Business;Jun89, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p28
Examines the benefits of job-sharing to both employees and companies. Part-time work for bright and energetic employees; Increased productivity; Drawbacks to consider. INSET: Joint resume.;Shared work, shared strengths (two case studies)..
- Job sharing-the best of both worlds. // Indianapolis Business Journal;3/25/96, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p3
Focuses on the concept of job sharing. Definition of job sharing; Advantages of job sharing; Advice for the successful implementation of job sharing.
- One job, two contented workers. Saltzman, A. // U.S. News & World Report;11/14/88, Vol. 105 Issue 19, p74
Discusses job-sharing and devising alternative work schedules. Research and planning; Examples.
- `They don't get it'. Decker, Janice L.; Riley, Wendy L. // Across the Board;Oct96, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p44
Discusses the authors' job sharing scheme. Advantages of job sharing; Financial and application issues.
- Job sharing: One job, double headache? Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Personnel Journal;Sep94, Vol. 73 Issue 9, p88
Looks at job sharing arrangements in the United States. Statistics on American employees with job-sharing status; Attributes of job-sharing arrangements; Importance of planning; Involvement of human resources (HR); Managers as the biggest hurdle to job sharing. INSET: What HR can teach...
- Bright ideas like `job-sharing' don't work, but other ideas might. Byfield, Link // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;1/2/95, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p2
Announces that among a certain kind of reactionary impulse there lingers a naive belief that government can snap their fingers at the problem of `job sharing' and it will begin to vanish. What drives people to advocate this; How the author wishes the proponents of this thinking would speak in...