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Pimsiri Aroonsri; Oliver Stephen Crocco – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to understand the scope and nature of information sharing as a form of workplace learning among gig workers. Design/methodology/approach: Data were collected from public social media communities of gig workers in Thailand. In total, 338 posts and 3,022 comments on the posts were analyzed (data corpus N =…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Media, Workplace Learning, Temporary Employment
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Peyman Abkhezr; Mary McMahon – International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 2024
The incidence of app-based gig work is expanding rapidly in developed global north countries. Many app-based gig workers are migrants from developing global south countries searching for a better life in their resettlement countries. App-based gig work, however, is insecure, irregular and potentially precarious. Access to decent work is vital for…
Descriptors: Migration, Migrant Workers, Career Development, Computer Oriented Programs
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Goldan, Lea; Jaksztat, Steffen; Gross, Christiane – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2023
Previous research has shown that temporary employment is negatively associated with many psychological and job-related outcomes, such as well-being, health, wages, organisational commitment, and job satisfaction. Among recent doctoral graduates, the proportion of temporary contracts is particularly high. However, research on the association…
Descriptors: Employment, Job Satisfaction, Doctoral Students, Labor Market
Boulay, Jennifer – ProQuest LLC, 2022
Women comprise the majority of both the college-educated workforce (Fry, 2019) and higher education professionals (Silbert & Dube, 2021), yet a proverbial glass ceiling remains intact for female leaders within this industry (Bichsel & McChesney, 2017; DeFrank-Cole et al., 2014; Diehl & Dzubinski, 2016; Gagliardi et al., 2017;…
Descriptors: Leadership, Temporary Employment, Females, Higher Education
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Peijen, Roy; Bos, Manon Carola Maria – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2022
An employer-based work-experience program run by a multinational organization temporarily employs people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to prepare them for external employment. This study observes the impact of participation for people with ASD in establishing employment (with or without a competitive salary). A quasi-experimental design…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Temporary Employment
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Rubin, Viktoria; Ohlsson, Jon – Learning Organization, 2022
Purpose: Interim managers (IMs) are consultants who take on managerial positions during limited periods to perform changes, handle crises or cover vacancies. The increasing use of these short-term outsiders shapes new conditions for organizational learning in contemporary work life. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to research-based…
Descriptors: Temporary Employment, Administrators, Organizational Learning, Schemata (Cognition)
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Bunnell, Tristan; Poole, Adam – Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 2023
The under-theorized arena of "English-speaking International Schooling" continues to grow and morph. The continuous growth seems paradoxical in light of the well-established view that the arena is an insecure and precarious working environment characterized by short-term contracts and subsequent high rates of annual turnover per school.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, International Schools, Faculty Mobility, Coping
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Sharon McCulloch; Josie Leonard – Teaching in Higher Education, 2024
Research on precarity in higher education has focused on how academics themselves experience this, but less is known about how staff precarity affects teaching and learning. This extended literature review explores how precarious working conditions affect practices aimed at supporting students' writing, such as teaching discipline-specific…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Writing (Composition), Work Environment, Educational Malpractice
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Aydin Güngör, Tuba – Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 2023
The Turkish educational system employs teachers in a variety of positions with varying levels of privileges but also with some shared traits. This study aims to ascertain contract teachers' and school administrators' perspectives on the contract teaching procedure from the standpoint of these distinctions. The focus group interview technique,…
Descriptors: Temporary Employment, Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Foreign Countries
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Brunetti, Irene; Cirillo, Valeria; Ferri, Valentina – Studies in Higher Education, 2022
This paper explores the temporary-permanent wage gap experienced by Italian graduate workers. To evaluate the wage gap along the entire wage distribution and account for heterogeneous effects of temporary employment, we apply the Recentered Influence Function (RIF) regression approach. The results suggest that the monthly net wage earned by…
Descriptors: College Graduates, Foreign Countries, Wages, Salary Wage Differentials
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Pavlov, Oleg V.; Lofgren, Joan; Hoy, Frank – Higher Education Studies, 2022
Colleges and universities increasingly employ temporary instructors. Researchers in higher education have voiced strong concerns about this trend because of its impact on educational outcomes, operations of academic institutions, and the composition of academic workforce. To enhance our understanding of this employment practice, this article makes…
Descriptors: Temporary Employment, Nontenured Faculty, Undergraduate Study, Foreign Countries
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Lee, Chien-Sing; Yew, Lee-Yin – Knowledge Management & E-Learning, 2022
Organizational learning integrates core specialized tacit resources and knowledge to facilitate development of strategic interdisciplinary knowledge development, integration, management and innovation. To promote open innovation within a gig economy, we address three problems: first, to identify which knowledge management view may contribute more…
Descriptors: Knowledge Management, Comparative Analysis, Consumer Economics, Satisfaction
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Courtois, Aline; Sautier, Marie – British Journal of Sociology of Education, 2022
The article contributes to the emerging literature on the intersection of academic mobility and precarity by examining the impact of the 2016 Brexit referendum result on the mobility and immobility projects of migrant academics on temporary contracts. We draw on 22 interviews conducted with early-career researchers in the UK and Switzerland. We…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Faculty Mobility, Political Issues, Researchers
Roybal, Juliane – ProQuest LLC, 2022
Higher education is experiencing leadership turnover and during these transitions colleges and universities are relying on interim leaders to fill this leadership gap. The purpose of this study was to identify ways to support interim leaders and leverage their experience into the development of professional growth opportunities at a large…
Descriptors: College Administration, Leadership Responsibility, Temporary Employment, Community Colleges
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Berg Jansson, Anna; Engström, Åsa; Parding, Karolina – Journal of Workplace Learning, 2020
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss conditions for workplace learning (WPL) in relation to temporary agency staffing (TAS), focusing on temporary and regular nurses' experiences of social relations. Design/methodology/approach: Data were gathered using qualitative semi-structured interviews with five agency nurses and five regular…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Workplace Learning, Temporary Employment, Nurses
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