The forgotten workforce: clerical and administrative staff within British Higher Education

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Tong, Kay;
  • Subject: LB2300

This thesis examines the employment conditions for clerical and administrative staff within the British Higher Education Sector. For this analysis a national questionnaire was distributed and 747 responses were returned and analysed. In order to further enrich the quali... View more
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