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2005 High performance workplaces and family friendly practices: promises made and promises keptHeywood, John S. / Siebert, William Stanley / Wei, Xiangdong
2012 Do immigrants squeeze natives out of bad schedules? Evidence from ItalyGiuntella Osea
2011 Recessions are bad for workplace safetyBoone, Jan / van Ours, Jan C. / Wuellrich, Jean-Philippe / Zweimüller, Josef
2011 Compensation of unusual working schedulesScheffel, Juliane
2011 Job anxiety, work-related psychological illness and workplace performanceJones, Melanie K. / Latreille, Paul L. / Sloane, Peter J.
2011 Are self-employed really happier than employees? An approach modelling adaptation and anticipation effects to self-employment and general job changesHanglberger, Dominik / Merz, Joachim
2010 Work, risk and health: Differences between immigrants and natives in SpainSolé, Meritxell / Diaz-Serrano, Luis / Rodriguez Martinez, Marisol
2011 How do unusual working schedules affect social life?Scheffel, Juliane
2012 Long hours for low payBrenke, Karl
2011 Do Multinationals Influence Labor Standards? A Close Look at US Outward FDIWacker, Konstantin M. / Vadlamannati, Krishna Chaitanya

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