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Temporary employment : Costs and benefits for (the careers of) employees and organizations

By: De Cuyper, Nele.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Career Development International: Volume 16, Issue 2: Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011Description: 1 online resource (117 p.).ISBN: 9780857249500.Subject(s): Temporary employment -- Cost effectiveness | Temporary employment | Vocational guidanceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Temporary employment : Costs and benefits for (the careers of) employees and organizationsDDC classification: 331.702 LOC classification: HD5854Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; CONTENTS; Editorial advisory board; Temporary employment; Expanding the temporal context of research on non-permanent work; Perceived employability; Training is an investment with return in temporary workers; Predicting temporary agency workers' behaviors; The role of professional identity commitment in understanding the relationship between casual employment and perceptions of career success
Summary: The purpose of this e-book is to answer two questions: How do temporary workers achieve well-being and optimal functioning? and How to promote commitment and productive behaviours among temporary workers? Temporary employment cannot longer be seen as exclusively bad or as a signal of labour market segmentation. Instead, mechanisms to promote commitment and productive behaviour that are beneficial for all parties involved can be identified. Temporary employment is a reality that is here to stay and that searches for mechanisms to reconcile the sometimes conflicting perspectives of employees and
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Cover; CONTENTS; Editorial advisory board; Temporary employment; Expanding the temporal context of research on non-permanent work; Perceived employability; Training is an investment with return in temporary workers; Predicting temporary agency workers' behaviors; The role of professional identity commitment in understanding the relationship between casual employment and perceptions of career success

The purpose of this e-book is to answer two questions: How do temporary workers achieve well-being and optimal functioning? and How to promote commitment and productive behaviours among temporary workers? Temporary employment cannot longer be seen as exclusively bad or as a signal of labour market segmentation. Instead, mechanisms to promote commitment and productive behaviour that are beneficial for all parties involved can be identified. Temporary employment is a reality that is here to stay and that searches for mechanisms to reconcile the sometimes conflicting perspectives of employees and

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