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British Journal of Industrial Relations, ISSN 0007-1080, 09/2016, Volume 54, Issue 3, pp. 623 - 646
It is widely believed that work‐related training increases a worker's probability of moving up the job‐quality ladder. This is usually couched in terms of... 
BAD JOBS | CONTINGENT EMPLOYMENT | AUSTRALIA | MARKET | CASUAL JOBS | TEMPORARY JOBS | DYNAMICS | CONTRACT | NONSTANDARD EMPLOYMENT | STANDARD | INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & LABOR | Participation | Transitions | Bias | Probability | Males | Standards | Training | Studies | Panel data | Employment | Work | International standards | Wages | Causality
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The International Journal of Human Resource Management, ISSN 0958-5192, 03/2008, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 473 - 486
Job quality debates in Australia are dominated by two major concerns: the skill level of employees and the growing incidence of contingent employment. The... 
casual employment | job quality | flexible work practices | contingent employment | skill variety | Job quality | Contingent employment | Flexible work practices | Casual employment | Skill variety | BAD JOBS | MANAGEMENT | WORKPLACE | WORKERS | TEMPORARY | Research | Workers | Temporary employment | Beliefs, opinions and attitudes
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Proceedings of the 32nd Chinese Control Conference, ISSN 1934-1768, 07/2013, pp. 2491 - 2496
This paper discusses robust job-shop scheduling with uncertain processing times described by scenario approach. A kind of two-level scheduling model, which can... 
Bad-scenario set | Robust job-shop scheduling | Risk-resisting | Tabu search | Optical wavelength conversion | Optimality | Simulated annealing | Educational institutions | Robustness | Scheduling | Electronic mail | Electronic countermeasures
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British Journal of Industrial Relations, ISSN 0007-1080, 09/2005, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 431 - 454
This paper examines the perceived quality of jobs held by a sample of members of the International Association of Machinists, a large union in North America.... 
UNITED-STATES | BAD JOBS | SATISFACTION | INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & LABOR | Comparative analysis | Job satisfaction | Research
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Frontiers in Psychology, ISSN 1664-1078, 09/2018, Volume 9, p. 1776
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Human Relations, ISSN 0018-7267, 4/2013, Volume 66, Issue 4, pp. 503 - 527
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Social Science & Medicine, ISSN 0277-9536, 09/2019, Volume 237, p. 112424
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Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology, ISSN 2068-0317, 2013, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 105 - 141
The present article looked into the way people construct their former working experiences in conversation. As a main analysis outcome I was interested in the... 
Social Sciences | Women | climaxes | earned incomes and who held a university diploma. The following analysis was grounded on a constructivist approach and sensible to the interviewees’ work of self-presentation. I also paid attention to the interactions people talked about and to the cultural resources they used in conversation. Irony | felt alienated as time went by | working experience | corporation | deceit – in the end and resignation after some time outside the companies. The third notable pattern came with a difference in gender. In this spirit | pattern | discursive constructionism | vocabularies of motives | narrative self | humor | gender was taken into consideration as discursive pattern. The conclusions of the paper point out to the fact that various types of narrative patterns emerged when my interviewees recollected their working experiences. One of the most salient was connected with the story-like construction of the recollections. People’s narrations included expositions | I assessed six unstructured interviews with men and women alike in terms of age | categories and contrast structures were the discursive tools people engaged in their stories most frequently determining me to consider them key-concepts of the present study. Moreover | Story | all sorts of good and bad characters and trials they had to overcome. The second important pattern was given by the resembling flow of feelings as resulting from the narrations. All the interviwees were enthusiastic to enter the companies
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European Sociological Review, ISSN 0266-7215, 02/2019, Volume 35, Issue 1, pp. 98 - 115
Abstract The debate over whether contingent (and typically more precarious) employment acts as a bridge to permanent employment, or as a trap, has tended to... 
TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT | BAD JOBS | STEPPING STONES | CONTRACTS | DEREGULATION | TRANSITIONS | CASUAL EMPLOYMENT | PRECARIOUS WORK | UNEMPLOYMENT | PERMANENT | SOCIOLOGY
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER, ISSN 0143-7720, 08/2019, Volume 40, Issue 5, pp. 879 - 893
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine whether individual experiences at workforce entry affect later job satisfaction. Design/methodology/approach... 
Subjective well-being | MANAGEMENT | WORKERS | QUIT | Panel data models | MODEL | HAPPINESS | INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & LABOR | INTENTIONS | UNHAPPINESS | Job satisfaction | Macroeconomic experiences | PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT | BAD TIMES | UNEMPLOYMENT | BRITAIN
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Human Resource Management, ISSN 0090-4848, 07/2019, Volume 58, Issue 4, pp. 431 - 449
Empirical evidence regarding the link between flexible working arrangements (FWAs) and work effort is mixed, with the literature showing that some practices... 
social exchange theory | intensive work effort | flexible working arrangements | extensive work effort | bundles | HIGH-PERFORMANCE | BAD JOBS | MANAGEMENT | SCHEDULE CONTROL | PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED | WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY | LIFE BALANCE | JOB QUALITY | FAMILY-CONFLICT | INITIATIVES | FIRM | HUMAN-RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | College teachers | Employers | Flexible work hours | Occupational training
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