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‘Quality’ part-time work: a review of the evidence

@inproceedings{Lyonette2010QualityPW,
  title={‘Quality’ part-time work: a review of the evidence},
  author={Clare Lyonette and Beate Baldauf},
  year={2010}
}

Part-time working arrangements for managers and professionals: a process approach

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