Record nummer 1662126
Titel artikel Gender differences in use of alternative full-time work arrangements by married workers
Auteur(s) Sharpe, D.L. ; Hermsen, J.M. ; Billings, J.
Tijdschrifttitel Family and consumer sciences research journal / American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 31(2002)1
Paginering 78 - 111
Annotatie(s) Tabs.; 47 refs
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Trefwoorden (cab) werk in gezinsverband / huishoudkunde / gezinsleven / werkplanning / werkorganisatie / werkgelegenheid / mannen / vrouwen / man-vrouwrelaties / arbeidscontracten / vs
Rubrieken Arbeidseconomie / Privé huishoudens
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting Many firms now offer alternative work arrangements to help full-time employees resolve time conflicts between work and family. The 1997 Current Population Survey supplement on work schedules is used to investigate gender differences in personal, family, and work factors associated with flextime use among married full-time workers. Data collected from a local firm are also used
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