FLEXIBLE MANPOWER RESOURCING: A LOCAL LABOUR MARKET SURVEY
Peter Sloane ()
Journal of Management Studies, 1989, vol. 26, issue 2, 129-150
This article presents the results of an establishment level investigation carried out late in 1986 and early in 1987 of the extent of flexible manpower resourcing in the Aberdeen local labour market. It is necessary to place these results in the context of the general background of an increasing interest in flexible manning and of certain theoretical developments in labour and industrial economics. The results suggest that whilst a variety of means are used to attain flexibility in manning, few establishments can be regarded as truly ‘flexible firms’ and manpower strategies tend to be largely reactive and ad hoc.
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