Atypical working practices in the East Midlands

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Experian (2007)
  • Publisher: emda

The aim of this research was to examine the extent and nature of atypical working practices in the East Midlands region and, in particular, look at the way in which these forms of work are likely to encourage employment and economic development in remote rural areas, and more generally, promote social inclusion.
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