Changing Work Relationships in Industrialized Economies

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Işik Urla Zeytinoğlu | McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
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This book examines changing work relationships in industrialized economies within the context of economic restructuring and demographic variables. The goal of this book is to examine experiences of industrialized economies in dealing with changing work relationships and discuss policy implications of creating such work relationships. The thesis of the book is that non-standard employment forms in restructuring economies affected all workers, but particularly females and the youth. Other demographic variables of education level, race/ethnicity/immigrant status, ability, and economic class were also underlying forces in the construction and arrangements of non-standard work. Research shows both positive and negative effects of changing work relationships on workers, though there is no conclusive result whether one or the other affect is stronger. The discussion in this book pays attention to this debate and sheds light on it. This book differs from others in its comprehensiveness of the coverage of work relationships, referring to part-time, temporary/casual, telework and self-employment without employees; in its examination of a variety of variables including gender, age, race/ethnicity/immigrant status, ability, education level, and economic class; in the analysis of the topic in relation with the economic restructuring; and in its initiative in collaboration of researchers from a variety of backgrounds and regions of the world that have expertise on changing work relationships.
[Advances in Organization Studies, 1] 1999.  xx, 256 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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“[...] an invaluable resource for researchers interested in flexible work arrangements.”
“Overall, however Changing Work Relationships in Industrialized Economies is a valuable collection of essays from well-established researchers in the study of non-standard employment. The book concentrates on a broad range of forms of non-standard employment and provides valuable contextual material to explain national differences.”
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KJM: Management & management techniques

Main BISAC Subject

BUS085000: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Organizational Behavior
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