Boundaryless organizations and Boundaryless Careers: A New Market for High-Skilled temporary Work
A typology of four different groups of temporary workers (transitional, traditional, career, boundaryless) is derived from economic, strategic, and human resource theories. Based on a survey of 276 temporary workers, we find support for distinguishing between high-skilled boundaryless temporaries and the three other types using multinomial logistic analysis.
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|Date of creation:||1998|
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