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March 1989, Vol. 112, No. 3
How human resource systems adjust to the shift towards contingent workers
Richard S. Belous
Vice President of International Programs and a Senior Economist for the National Planning Association
The dramatic increase of workers who do not have strong ties to their employers, such as temporary workers and consultants, has caused corporations to make major institutional changes in their human resource systems. This article examines the benefits and costs of the net result of these changes.
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