Employment transitions of older workers: the role of flexible employment in maintaining labour market participation and promoting job quality

Lissenburgh, S. and Smeaton, D. 2003. Employment transitions of older workers: the role of flexible employment in maintaining labour market participation and promoting job quality. Bristol, UK Policy Press.

TitleEmployment transitions of older workers: the role of flexible employment in maintaining labour market participation and promoting job quality
AuthorsLissenburgh, S. and Smeaton, D.
Year2003
PublisherPolicy Press
Publication dates
Published2003
Place of publicationBristol, UK
SeriesTransitions after 50 series
ISBN1861344759

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