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Women's Employment in Europe: Trends and Prospects
Based on extensive original research, this volume examines contemporary patterns of womens employment in Europe in the context of the profound economic, social and cultural changes that have takenExpand
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Women and European Employment
1. Introduction 2. The female contribution to the European employment rate 3. Women's employment rates and structural and regional change 4. Unemployment, gender and labour market organisation 5.Expand
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Women and Recession
The contributors to this book investigate what impact the recent recession has had on women's employment focusing on the changing patterns of women's employment in relation to changes in industrialExpand
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Fragmenting work: blurring organizational boundaries and disordering hierarchies
This major new book examines the way in which employment is managed across organizational boundaries. It analyses how public-private partnerships, franchises, agencies, and other forms of inter-firmExpand
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Women and recession revisited
In earlier work (Rubery, 1988), the extent to which women might act as a flexible reserve over the business cycle was argued to depend on three main factors: the pattern of gender segregation and itsExpand
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The Organisation of Employment: An International Perspective
Diversity in the Organisation of Employment: An Introduction to the Subject Making Sense of International Differences: Some Methodological Approaches The Development of Employment and ProductionExpand
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Dilemmas in the management of temporary work agency staff
Temporary jobs account for an increasing proportion of new engagements in the UK labour market, with temporary work agencies or 'labour market intermediaries' occupying a central role in theExpand
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Bringing the employer back in: why social care needs a standard employment relationship
Quality social care requires a quality workforce but the normal route for workforce development, through strong HR policies and good quality employment relationships, has not been promoted by currentExpand
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This paper draws upon new research in the UK into the relationship between changing organizational forms and the reshaping of work in order to consider the changing nature of the employmentExpand
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Organisations and the Transformation of the Internal Labour Market
This paper explores changes in employment policies and practices that are typically associated with the classical `model' of the internal labour market. Drawing on documentary information andExpand
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