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Job Insecurity and Work Intensification
Based on findings of the recently published Joseph Rowntree Report, this book provides an up-to-the-minute review of current research on flexibility, job insecurity and work intensification. ItExpand
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The quality of employment and decent work: definitions, methodologies, and ongoing debates
This article explores the development of concepts related to the ‘quality of employment’ in the academic literature in terms of their definition, methodological progress and ongoing policy debates.Expand
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Job Insecurity and the Difficulty of Regaining Employment: An Empirical Study of Unemployment Expectations
It is widely assumed that British workers have become more insecure over he last decade. This paper sets out to establish whether the popular assumption is correct. We examine changes in measures ofExpand
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Measuring Financial Anxiety
There is a scarcity of information concerning the emotional aspects of financial management. Two studies were conducted to evaluate the measurement of conscious and intuitive emotional anxiety towardExpand
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Treatment of restless legs syndrome with gabapentin: A double-blind, cross-over study
To the Editor: In this case, one of the reasons given for testing gabapentin is because of “the side-effect profile . . . and the likelihood of long-term complications associated with dopaminergicExpand
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Gender, Jobs and Working Conditions in the European Union.
OFFICE FOR OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES L-2985 Luxembourg G eder, Jbs nd W oking C onitions in he Eupean U nion The growing proportion of women in employment in recent decadesExpand
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Trust, business relationships and the contractual environment
The role of trust in vertical contractual relationships between firms in Britain, Germany, and Italy is investigated with a survey of over sixty firms. After a review of the literature in which theExpand
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Flexicurity as a moderator of the relationship between job insecurity and psychological well-being
Flexicurity has been heralded as the solution to simultaneously maintain the well-being of employees through employment security while allowing employers to benefit from flexibility. This paperExpand
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