3 edition of Part-time employment: labor market flexibility and equity issues found in the catalog.
Part-time employment: labor market flexibility and equity issues
Mary Lou Coates
Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-109).
|Statement||Mary Lou Coates.|
|Series||Research and current issues series,, no. 50|
|Contributions||Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Industrial Relations Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HD5110.2 .C2C63 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||88161388|
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Get this from a library. Part-time employment: labor market flexibility and equity issues. [Mary Lou Coates; Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Industrial Relations Centre.] -- From the Introduction: The purpose of this paper is to examine the issue of part-time employment, provide perspectives from the viewpoints of employers, unions and employees and to outline.
Part-time employment: labor market flexibility and equity issues (Research and current issues series) Jan 1, by Mary Lou Coates Unknown Binding. Jan 10, · 13 Key Employment Issues For Startup And Emerging Companies employment and labor law issues for startup and emerging companies.
award all relief available in law or equity requested by the. Employment is a relationship between two parties, usually based on a contract where work is paid for, where one party, which may be a corporation, for profit, not-for-profit organization, co-operative or other entity is the employer and the other is the employee.
Employees work in return for payment, which may be in the form of an hourly wage, by piecework or an annual salary, depending on the. A minimum of 20 hours per week is common although the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics' Economic News Release describes part-time employees as individuals working one to 34 hours per week.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the federal wage and hour law, doesn't define full- or part-time employment. part-time employee benefits. For example, inFrance implemented reforms to its job protection laws to boost labor market flexibility combined with the introduction of a portable “personal activity account” that enables workers to accrue rights to training across multiple jobs.
The wealth dynamics of recent decades paint a picture of private riches and public poverty. Finally, a fundamental aspect of labor market economics is that labor markets do not operate in isolation.
Wages and employment levels in one geographic area, occupation, or skill group are determined not just by conditions in that labor market but by conditions in other labor markets as well. Labor market flexibility is an important part of the labor market.
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Labor Market & Economic Data; California and New York enacted pay equity laws in January, While the underlying issues are daunting and complex, human resource professionals are in a unique Author: Dawn Onley. non-retired households, the book also considers full employment policies in its analysis.
A commitment to full employment implies not treating employment as a residual outcome of economic growth, but designing and implementing policies that make job creation an explicit goal.
As the book is concerned with overall equity in a society, it considers. Salary structures are an important component of effective compensation programs and help ensure that pay levels for groups of jobs are competitive externally and equitable internally.
A well Author: Culpepper And Associates. Labour law (US spelling: labor law, sometimes incorrectly conflated with employment law) is the area of law most commonly relating to the relationship between trade unions, employers and the government.
While the development of the field in different jurisdictions has resulted in different specific meanings of what is meant by labour law, it is generally used in reference to employment. Start studying Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Search. part time employment. M: 13% W: 26%. benefits of part time -what are the issues-what is needed to address the issues. Some employers define full-time employment according to their part-time employment hours.
For example, if part-time employment is defined as 30 hours or. From a macroeconomic perspective, we should be attuned to the possibility that the growth in flexible work arrangements may alter the natural rate of employment and how the labor market reacts to shocks as we assess the cyclical behavior of important aggregates--such as labor force participation, employment, hours worked, and underemployment.
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Flexible Labour Markets. the UK has seen increased labour market flexibility. This has included: Growth in self-employment. Growth in zero-hour contracts. Increase in part-time contracts.
Reduced regulation on hiring and firing workers. In recent decades the UK labour market has been characterised by. The Rise of a Semi-employed America: Amazon to hire 70, part-time workers while Merck will fire 8, full-time employees.
Before recession 4 million part-time workers today over 8 million. Posted by mybudget in economy, Employment, recession; 7 Comment. Nov 26, · Maintains staffing flexibility. Denise Ridenour of Kelly Services foresees that “the employment pool will increasingly include a mix of temporary and full-time employees.
The result is a more efficient workplace, a more flexible job market, and greater opportunities for Author: Pat Schaefer. high rates of secondary part-time employment are growing, and individ ual industries are converting full-time, primary labor market jobs to part time, secondary labor market jobs.
A gross indication of this trend is that between andpart-timers in service and trade surged fromCited by: Start studying Sociology Chapter 8, 9, 13, & Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Individuals who rely on state welfare rather than entering the labor market. Why have employers in the United States been relying more and more on part-time and temporary workers.
Older workers—specifically Baby Boomers (individuals born between and ), face some unique issues and challenges in the work world. This aging population possesses a wealth of work experience, knowledge, and expertise, but is growing older in a workplace that increasingly prizes youth and vitality, and many are approaching the age where retirement is a consideration.
Apr 17, · Statement of Heather Boushey, Senior Economist, Center for Economic and Policy Research. My area of expertise is the U.S. labor market, with an emphasis on the interconnections between labor and social policy and work/life balance.
nor is it the case that children are causing more women to choose part-time employment. Rather, the. The gender pay gap in the United States is the ratio of city and region, occupation, industry, government employment, and part-time Gary Becker argued in a article that the traditional division of labor in the family disadvantages women in the labor market as women devote substantially more time and effort to housework and.
The Economic Outlook and Some Longer-Run Issues. Loretta J. Mester Economic Club of Minnesota, Minneapolis as a monetary policymaker is to set policy to meet and maintain our dual mandate goals of price stability and maximum employment.
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This policy addresses increase amounts and agency responsibility for granting an increase in and eligible employee's salary within the employee's current salary range and within the agency where the employee is employed. Sep 13, · In addition to strong unions, a second building block of worker bargaining power is “full employment,” or tight labor markets with enough jobs for pretty much everyone who wants to work.
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labor market. Surveys suggest roughly half of business executives and Federal Work-Study – Matching wage incentive for employers to hire students for part-time employment. Jobs must be acquired by the student with eligible employers, where the institution federal aid system to reduce complexity and boost flexibility for an increasingly.
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IN THIS later phase, the quintessentially feminist program has been a reorganization of paid employment (more substantial parental leave, more part-time work for both women and men, more flexibility in employment patterns) so that both mothers and fathers can divide their time equitably between parenthood and work.
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In a gig economy, large numbers of people work part-time or temporary positions. The result of a gig economy is cheaper, more efficient services, such as Uber or Airbnb, for those willing to use them. Chapter 5. Changing Labour Markets: Towards Real Flexibility.
Labour market flexibility is a phrase that generally is used with a positive connotation; it is not often that we hear someone come out against it, at least in principle.
The problem, of course, with this rise in the incidence of part-time employment is that not all of it is. Cons.
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Introduction. Nonstandard employment has increased in political and societal relevance over the past few decades. With the aim of giving employers more flexibility and integrating more people into the labor market, policy makers in many countries Cited by: “Labor market flexibility” in the theme of this article is a hire-and-fire mentality which, along with the collateral damage caused by job insecurity to the macro economy is probably rightly identified as the biggest risk to a business which unwisely decides to operate that model.