Part-time labour in retailing
Retailers have to deal with a fluctuating demand for labor. The use of part-time employees is one of their instruments to cope with these fluctuations. This article gives theoretical considerations regarding the use of part-time labor in the retail trade and empirical evidence regarding the influence of its use on labor productivity.
|Keywords||labor demand, labor economics, labor productivity, part-time employment, retail trade, retailing|
Thurik, A.R., & van der Wijst, N.. (1984). Part-time labour in retailing. Journal of Retailing, 62–80. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/9267