A study on the development of a non-standard work day or week for women
Available from National Technical Information Service, 1974 - Political Science - 774 pages
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PEVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
NonStandard Work Arrangements in Usage
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afternoon believe Bryn Mawr College Burlington County Camden County Camden Labor Area Census Civil Service CM CM consider County employers Delaware County Federal fewer hours Finance-and-insurance Food-processors Gloucester County Greater Philadelphia SMSA heads-of-households Health agencies-and-institutions hire part-time hiring women indicated industrial groups institutions interest intermittent ITEMS AS APPLY job categories labor market large number largest employers Manpower ment minimally-skilled women morning mothers Municipal night shift non-standard work arrangements number of employers Opinions part-time hiring part-time women workers part-time work force Payroll Pennsylvania personnel possible Private employers Private Sector employers problems programs public administration Public Sector employers public service public transportation question questionnaire rates regard regular shift reportage reported recent experience responses shift arrangements short shift short-day short-week Size of Payroll smallest employers Social agencies steady employment survey Table tion Type of Employer U.S. Congress union welfare women part-time workers