Supporting Entry-Level, Hourly Employees (brief 1)
Supporting Entry-Level, Hourly Employees is a project on low-wage and low-income employees—employees whose earnings fall in the bottom 25 percent…
How Can Employers Increase the Productivity and Retention of Entry-Level, Hourly Employees? (brief 2)
The second research brief, How Can Employers Increase the Productivity and Retention of the Entry-Level, Hourly Employees, concludes that creating…
What Workplace Flexibility is Available to Entry-Level, Hourly Employees? (brief 3)
The third research brief, What Workplace Flexibility is Available to Entry-Level, Hourly Employees?, reveals that low-income employees have access to…
Overwork in America: When the Way We Work Becomes Too Much
OverWorkInAmerica
This nationally representative study, released in 2005, looks at changes in the way Americans work and live. The study finds…
The 2008 National Study of Employers
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The 2008 National Study of Employers (NSE) introduces factors which can predict flexibility and range of benefits. Size of company,…
The 2008 National Study of the Changing Workforce: List of Variables
The 2008 National Study of the Changing Workforce is a nationally representative study of employees throughout the nation that asks…