Working time flexibility components and working time regimes in Europe: using company-level data across 21 countries

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Chung, H.; Tijdens, K.;

Working time flexibility comprises a wide variety of arrangements, from part-time,\ud overtime, to long-term leaves. Theoretical approaches to grouping these arrangements\ud have been developed, but empirical underpinnings are rare. This article investigates\ud the bundl... View more
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