Plus ca [sic] change--: the Employment Contracts Act and non-standard employment in New Zealand, 1991-1995
Victoria University of Wellington, Industrial Relations Centre, 1996 - Business & Economics - 22 pages
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2-9 employees 50 employees Aaron Crawford Apprentices Business Roundtable casual employees casual employment Casual workers casualised change between 1991 Collective Bargaining contractors or consultants Contractors/consultants David Rea declined economic Employment Contracts Act employment forms fall in casual fixed term employment fixed-term employment flexible labour market form a group forms of non-standard gender Harbridge and Kevin Household Labour Force Increase Decrease Industrial Relations John Hughes Kevin Hince labour market flexibility Labour Relations Act largest workplaces level of contracting male non-standard employment categories non-standard workers non-standard workforce numerical flexibility organisations paper percent of workplaces permanent full-time employment permanent part-time permanent workforce Peter Brosnan Private Sector Public proportion of non-standard public sector restructuring public sector workforce questionnaire Raymond Harbridge Rose Ryan sample Sector Public Sector smallest workplaces standard employment Stuart McCaw Trade Union Union Membership Unions and Union Vranken women workforce in 1991 workplaces had contracted workplaces of 10-49 workplaces of 2-9 Zealand