Atypical Forms of Work Arrangements and Forms of Employment as a Determinant of Working Time Arrangements
The article presented a review of definitions of the flexible work arrangements means employment forms, work arrangement forms and working time arrangement forms. The deliberation started in this article is of a literary and empirical character. The research has shown the respondents preferred employment forms guaranteeing employment stabilization, social insurance protection and standard work arrangements means limited interest in the flexibilization of working time arrangement both on the side of employers as well as employees.
|This chapter was published in: Dominika Bak-Grabowska & Agnieszka Jagoda , , pages 699-712, 2012.|
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