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Flexibility in New Zealand Workplaces: A Study of Northern Employers


  • Rose Ryan



This article repons on the results of a questionnaire survey undertaken in August September 1991 on the employment practices of members of the Auckland Employers' Association. It looks at the ways in which flexibility in employment practices differs amongst Northern employers, and suggests that these vary in different sectors of the economy and in firms of different sizes, with the predominant tendency being towards the adoption of short-term rather than long-tetnz adjustment strategies.


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