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Volume 8 Issue 1 (January 1987), Pages fmi-fmi, 1-93

Part‐time versus full‐time employment status differences: A replication and extension (pages 1-9)

Abstract

Two groups of part‐time employees were compared to full‐time employees on several organizationally relevant reactions and behaviours in order to replicate and extend research on potential employment status differences. After controlling for demographics, it was found that there were mean differences between the groups; however, no evidence was found for differences in how the various groups ‘process’ organizational experience. Based on the results, implications for managing part‐versus full‐time employees are discussed.

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