Title

The Drive for Flexibility and the Growth of "Flexible" Staffing Arrangements

Year

2004

Source

Work in the Global Economy: Papers and Proceedings of an International Symposium, Tokyo, 1-3 December 2003, Jean-Pierre Laviec, Mitsuko Horiuchi, and Kazuo Sugeno, eds. Geneva: International Labour Organization (International Institute for Labour Studies), 2004. pp. 39-50

Publisher

International Institute for Labour Studies

Note

Prepared for the ILO/UTYO Nobel Peace Prize Social Policy Lectures and Symposium "New Forms and Meanings of Work in an Increasingly Globalized World," December 1-3, 2003, University of Tokyo, Japan; Originally prepared for the International Institute for Labour Studies of the ILO in Geneva

Subject Areas

LABOR MARKET ISSUES; Employment relationships; Nonstandard work arrangements; Temporary employment; Wages, health insurance and other benefits; Nonwage benefits

 

Citation

Houseman, Susan N. 2004. "The Drive for Flexibility and the Growth of 'Flexible' Staffing Arrangements." In Work in the Global Economy: Papers and Proceedings of an International Symposium, Tokyo, 1-3 December 2003, Jean-Pierre Laviec, Mitsuko Horiuchi, and Kazuo Sugeno, eds. Geneva: International Labour Organization (International Institute for Labour Studies), pp. 39-50.