CitationSpalter-Roth, Roberta M.; Kalleberg, Arne L.; Rasell, Edith; Cassirer, Naomi; Reskin, Barbara F.; Hudson, Ken; Webster, David; Appelbaum, Eileen; & Dooley, Betty L. (1997). Managing Work and Family: Nonstandard Work Arrangements among Managers and Professionals. Washington: Economic Policy Institute and Women's Research and Education Institute.
AbstractOver the last 25 years, as the labor force participation of mothers rose dramatically while fathers’ participation in household labor increased only modestly, the competing demands of work and family intensified. One widely cited solution for resolving these conflicts has been employment in nonstandard work arrangements (NSWAs), which include temporary help agency work, on-call work, day labor, contract work, independent contracting, self-employment, and part-time work in a standard employment relationship. Some 29.4% of all workers are employed in these nonstandard work arrangements.
Reference TypeEdited Book
Author(s)Spalter-Roth, Roberta M.
Kalleberg, Arne L.
Reskin, Barbara F.
Dooley, Betty L.