NSWASNeve Shalom Wahat Al Salam (Israel)
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It is presumed that employee-friendly and employer-friendly NSWAs are related to job satisfaction in different ways, as will be explored in the following section.
The service sector is perceived to have relatively poor quality jobs (Meisenheimer, 1998), including NSWAs imposed by management (e.g.
Larger workplaces probably have more ability to address the needs of their workers (via employee-friendly NSWAs).
It seems likely that seasoned workers would have fewer unfavourable job conditions (like employer-friendly NSWAs), while less experienced workers might be more satisfied if their jobs contain NSWAs, due to lower expectations or a higher openness to alternative work forms.
Wooden and Warden (2004) found that the satisfaction of females and males differ with respect to various NSWAs. Since some employers use non-standard work schedules or locations to reduce work-family conflict (e.g.
Afterwards, OLS regression analyses were undertaken to assess the relationships between job satisfaction and NSWAs when controlling for other factors.
For instance, the incidence of employee-friendly or employer-friendly NSWAs could be due to an employer's labour utilization strategy.
However, 67% of white men in NSWAs are in the better paying Group 3 jobs, compared with just 37% of Blacks and 44% of Latinos.
Among females with a high school education, 33.3% of all workers are in NSWAs and, of these, 83% are in Group 1 arrangements.
Thus, although women are the majority of workers in NSWAs, women are disproportionately found in the lowest paid arrangements.
Group 3 arrangements include 63% of men in NSWA and just 16% of women.
TABLE 2 Wages of Nonstandard Workers, Compared to Regular Full-Time Workers with Similar Education and Other Personal Characteristics, by NSWA and Sex (Difference in %) Work Arrangement Women Men Regular Part-Time -20% -24% Temporary Help Agency -17 -21 On-Call -21 -9 Self-Employment -25 -13 Independent Contracting -14 -5 Contract Company 0 7 Source: Kalleberg, Arne L., et al.