Working Hours in the Philippines
Institute of Labor and Manpower Studies, Ministry of Labor and Employment, 1984 - Hours of labor - 188 pages
Statistical analysis, statistical tables, survey of hours of work in selected manufacturing industries in the Manila urban area, Philippines, 1981-1983 - presents research methodology; shows trends; covers number of workers by size of enterprise and occupation, skill and educational level, wage payment systems, rest periods, overtime, paid leave, weekly rest, wage incentives; discusses the Gelmart experimental compressed working week.
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