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Human Resource Management Journal, ISSN 0954-5395, 01/2018, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp. 167 - 181
Work intensity is of central importance for organisational performance, as well as workers' health and well‐being, yet its determinants at the workplace‐level... 
work intensity | flexible working time arrangements | non‐standard working time | work effort | control and autonomy | non-standard working time | MANAGEMENT | SATISFACTIONS | INTENSIFICATION | EMPLOYMENT | TIME FLEXIBILITY | INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & LABOR | Workers | Analysis | Work hours
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The International Journal of Human Resource Management, ISSN 0958-5192, 09/2017, Volume 28, Issue 16, pp. 2275 - 2298
The unpredictability of working time is a seldom studied feature of employment. This paper proposes that unpredictability in scheduling is associated with... 
well-being | health | flexibility | police | shift working | Non-standard working time | FAMILY CONFLICT | MANAGEMENT | SCHEDULE FLEXIBILITY | FLEXIBLE WORKING | WORKTIME CONTROL | EMPLOYEES | LIFE CONFLICT | GENDER | STRESS | ARRANGEMENTS | Police administration | Flexible work hours | Employment | Analysis
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The International Journal of Human Resource Management, ISSN 0958-5192, 02/2011, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp. 945 - 962
This paper uses the large-scale Cranet data to explore the extent of non-standard working time (NSWT) across Europe and to highlight the contrasts and... 
overtime | weekend working | shift working | non-standard working time | Overtime | Shift working | Weekend working | Non-standard working time | EUROPE | MANAGEMENT | Services industry | Work hours | Comparative analysis | Human resource management | Analysis | Capitalism
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1999, Critical perspectives on work and organisations, ISBN 9780333729984, xii, 213
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Journal of Industrial Relations, ISSN 0022-1856, 4/2012, Volume 54, Issue 2, pp. 164 - 181
This article focuses on the minimum working time standards in the ‘safety net’ created by the Fair Work Act 2009. We draw on an analysis of on-paper minima in... 
non-standard work | working time minima | gender | women and work | Fair Work Act | community services | INDUSTRY | INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & LABOR | Studies | Labor relations | Gender | Working hours | Legislation
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2008, Oxford monographs on labour law, ISBN 9780199218790, xxiv, 198
The regulation of ‘flexible’ or ‘non-standard’ forms of work is among the key challenges in adapting labour laws to the needs of the contemporary workforce. In... 
Labor laws and legislation | Flextime | Equal pay for equal work | Hours of labor | Law and legislation | Temporary employment | Non-standard | Labour law | Temporary | Temporary agency | Labour market flexibility | Fixed-term | Atypical | Part-time | Employment status
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Sleep and Biological Rhythms, ISSN 1446-9235, 04/2012, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp. 100 - 108
Insufficient sleep in children predicts emotional and behavioral problems, poorer school performance, and health problems. Child sleep durations have declined... 
parent work hours | non‐standard work hours | wake times | child sleep | bedtimes | Child sleep | Non-standard work hours | Parent work hours | Bedtimes | Wake times | SCHOOL | non-standard work hours | DIARY | MOOD | TIME | NEUROSCIENCES | DURATION | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Surveys | Sleep | Child development | Working hours | Children | Effects | Working parents | Parenting
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Journal of Population Research, ISSN 1443-2447, 1/2012, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp. 229 - 247
Finding time to both earn money and raise children is demanding. Within the constraints and opportunities of their employment and social policies affecting... 
Self employment | Employment | Work schedules | Parents | Spouses | Fathers | Children | Home based employment | Mothers | Child care | Self-employment | Work-family balance | Childcare | Non-parental childcare | Demography | Work from home | Social Sciences, general | Gender division of labour | Non-standard work schedules | Sociology, general | Social policy | Gender | Households | working conditions
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Demographic Research, ISSN 1435-9871, 1/2016, Volume 34, Issue 1, pp. 259 - 284
BACKGROUND Working non-standard hours changes the temporal structure of family life, constraining the time that family members spend with one another and... 
Women | Employment | Predictability | Work schedules | Occupations | Men | Fathers | Work hours | Mothers | Child care | Research Article | EMPLOYEES | FLEXIBILITY | TIME | OUTCOMES | HEALTH | DEMOGRAPHY | COHABITATION | FAMILY | BALANCE | Psychological aspects | Measurement | Stress (Psychology) | Working parents | Studies | Gender differences | Working hours | stress | work schedules | time use | work flexibility | work-life balance
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Review of Economics of the Household, ISSN 1569-5239, 12/2015, Volume 13, Issue 4, pp. 791 - 814
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Sleep and Biological Rhythms, ISSN 1446-9235, 4/2012, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp. 100 - 108
Insufficient sleep in children predicts emotional and behavioral problems, poorer school performance, and health problems. Child sleep durations have declined... 
Neurology | non-standard work hours | parent work hours | Neurosciences | Biomedicine | Human Physiology | bedtimes | wake times | Health Psychology | child sleep
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Time & Society, ISSN 0961-463X, 11/2016, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp. 652 - 675
The question when people work is almost always reduced to the question how much people work on (non-)standard working hours. In this contribution, we applied... 
non-standard work | Weekly work patterns | time-use | part-time work | work grid | SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS | OPTIMAL MATCHING METHODS | AGREEMENT | PROSPECT | FAMILY | HEALTH | SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | STRESS | SCHEDULES | SOCIOLOGY | Employment | Working hours | Sociology | Socioeconomic factors | Economic factors | Children | Typology | Job characteristics
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