Temporary Employment Agencies
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Read our top corporate profiles on Temporary Employment Agencies:
Other Temporary Employment Agencies
- Allegis Group
- Corporate Resource Services
- Advantage Resourcing
- Gi Group
- Randstad Group
- Staffing Partners
- Blue Arrow
- Total Labour Solutions
- Teamwork Resource
- Best Connection
- The Staffing Group
- Quattro Recruitment Ltd)
- Impellam Group plc
External Resources on Temp Labor
- "Manufacturing Low Pay: Declining Wages in the Jobs That Built America’s Middle Class," National Employment Law Project, November 2014
- "Temp Land: Working in the New Economy," Pro Publica series (2013-2014)
- “Permanently Temporary: The Truth About Temp Labor,” Vice documentary series
- "Feds to Look Harder at Cell Carriers When Tower Climbers Die," Frontline report
- Center for Public Integrity News and Investigations on Temp Work
- Economic Hardship Reporting Project News on Temp Work
- "Who's the Boss: Restoring Accountability for Labor Standards in Outsourced Work," report by the National Employment Law Project (2014)
- "At the Company’s Mercy: Protecting Contingent Workers from Unsafe Working Conditions," report by the Center for Progressive Reform (2013)
- "The Rise of the Permanent Temp Economy," New York Times report (2013)
- "The Challenge of Temporary Work in Twenty-First Century Labor Markets," University of Massachusetts-Amherst Labor Relations and Research Center, working paper (2011)
- "Confronting Contingent Work Abuse in High-Tech and Low-Tech Jobs," Regional Labor Review article (2002)
- Parker, R. E., Flesh peddlers and warm bodies: The temporary help industry and its workers (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1994).
- Chris Tilly, Half a Job: Bad and Good Part-Time Jobs in a Changing Labor Market (Temple University Press, 1996).
- Leah F. Vosko, Temporary Work: The Gendered Rise of a Precarious Employment Relationship (University of Toronto Press, 2000).
- Smith, V., Crossing the great divide: Worker risk and opportunity in the new economy (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2001).
- Barley, S. R., & Kunda, G., Gurus, hired guns, and warm bodies: Itinerant experts in a knowledge economy (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2004).
Additional Academic Articles
- Lewis Segal & Daniel Sullivan, “The growth of temporary services work,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 11 (2), 1997.
- Heery, E. and Salmon, J. (1999). ‘The insecurity thesis’. In E. Heery and J. Salmon (eds.) The Insecure Workforce. London: Routledge.
- Steven Hipple, “Contingent work in the late 1990s,” Monthly Labor Review, 124 (3), 2001.
- Heery, E. (2004). ‘The trade union response to agency labour in Britain’, Industrial Relations Journal, 35(5): 434-450.
- Stanworth, C. and Druker, J. (2004), ‘Temporary agency labour in the UK’, in Burgess, J. and Connell, J. (eds) International Perspectives on Temporary Agency Work (London, Routledge) p.54.
- Forde, C. and Slater, G. (2005), "Agency Working in Britain: Character, Consequences and Regulation", British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43:2, pp.249-272.