Rising Use of Part-time and Temporary Workers: Who Benefits and who Loses? : Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, May 19, 1988, Volume 4
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Employment and Housing Subcommittee
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988 - Part-time employment - 177 pages
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Page 90 - Your prepared statement will be entered in the record in its entirety and you may proceed any way you choose.
Page 1 - Mr. LANTOS. The subcommittee will please come to order. At today's hearing the subcommittee will examine...
Page 72 - The Committee will stand in recess for about 10 minutes, and then we'll resume at the end of the vote.
Page 7 - Nearly 35 percent of women who are working part-time or looking for part-time work say they would work more hours if good child care were available (Presser and Baldwin, 1980).
Page 169 - ... Regular employees : Employees who have a contract of employment without a specific period of employment or for a specific period of more than one year.
Page 33 - ...conditional and transitory employment relationships as initiated by a need for labor — usually, because a company has an increased demand for a particular service or product or technology, at a particular place, at a specific time.
Page 78 - Contingent work is an umbrella term used to describe changes in employeremployee relations. It typically covers a variety of forms including part-time, temporary, self-employed independent contracting, and occasionally home-based work arrangements.
Page 5 - Thank you very much for letting me be here. [The prepared statement of Mr.