Changing Forms of Employment: Organizations, Skills and Gender
Rosemary Crompton, Duncan Gallie, Kate Purcell
Taylor & Francis, Mar 11, 2002 - Social Science - 296 pages
During the last two decades there has been widespread evidence of change in specific aspects of employing organizations, employment and employment related institutions.
Changing Forms of Employment looks at the underlying trends which generate pressures towards a fundamental reshaping of social institutions in three ways: changes in the organization of production, particularly those associated with the growth of service dominated economics; the effects of technological change, particularly those associated with Information Technology; the erosion of the 'male breadwinner' (or single earner) model of employment and household.
These trends have resulted in strains and ruptures in the organization and regulation of employment, and related institutions including trade unions, employers, and households. The task of the next decade is to both reconstruct relationships, and to renew institutions.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.