7 edition of White-collar sweatshop found in the catalog.
Jill Andresky Fraser
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-257) and index
|Statement||Jill Andresky Fraser|
|LC Classifications||HD8039.M39 U563 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 278 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||00046079|
White-Collar Sweatshop details the indignities of working in corporate Her new book raises the question of whether the deterioration of white-collar work is more cause than consequence of that. 'A white-collar sweatshop': Google Assistant contractors allege wage theft Interpreting a spoken request isn’t magic, rather it has taken a team of underpaid, subcontracted linguists to make the technology possible Julia Carrie Wong Wed 29 May BST Last modified on Wed 29 May BST “Do you believe in magic?”.
That's what Schor's book tries to do, as well as two recent releases: The White-Collar Sweatshop by Jill Andresky Fraser, and The Working Life by Joanne B. Ciulla. Barbara Ehrenreich probes a deeper level of white-collar angst: people who lose or quit their corporate jobs and routinely spend months, even years, finding another.
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Jill Andresky Fraser's "White Collar Sweatshop" is an effective and empowering mixture of research, case histories and analysis on the subject of declining workplace conditions in the corporate world. The author's bottom-up analysis offers a vivid description of corporate self-destruction at work, and suggests why mega-mergers in certain Cited by: White-Collar Sweatshop book.
Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the s, before the bubble of the miracle economy burs /5. In her new book, "White-Collar Sweatshop," she argues that the much-hyped economic bounty of the '90s never made it into the wallets of most white-collar Americans.
In Author: Suzy Hansen. 'A white-collar sweatshop': Google Assistant contractors allege wage theft Google Assistant contractors allege wage theft “It’s like a white-collar sweatshop,” said one current Author: Julia Carrie Wong.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for White-Collar The book suggests that much of the heralded productivity gains of the s were due not White-collar sweatshop book the wonders of technology but to the kind of old-fashioned sweatshop labor practices that Karl Marx might White-collar sweatshop book recognized in an earlier era: unpaid and compulsory overtime, cuts in /5.
In the s, before the bubble of the "miracle economy" burst, corporate America grew fat on the miseries of the American worker. Media attention has focused on dot-com disasters, massive layoffs, and explosions of corporate violence. But for those millions of Americans who have neither been laid off nor "gone postal," life at the office has become a nightmare: seven-day-a-week workloads.
Yet these too are under siege in the white-collar "sweatshop," both from cost-cutting corporations and from the ever-present job spill. In The Overworked American, Juliet Schor concluded that during the s "U.S.
workers have gotten less time off—on the order of three and a half fewer days each year of vacation time, holidays, sick pay Price: $ Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find White Collar Sweatshop: The Deterioriation of Work a () by Fraser, Jill Andresky/5(58).
One of the memorable figures from Jill Andresky Fraser's new book "White-Collar Sweatshop: The Deterioration of Work and its Rewards in Corporate America" (W.W. Norton & Co.) was "Manny," a former Author: Daniel S.
Levine. White collar sweatshops are office jobs that feature overwork, underpay, too much stress, and not enough security for their workers. They are based on the combined idea of the anxiety, rigor, and job cuts of blue collar jobs, and the frantic work days and low pay of sweatshops.
The term was popularized by Jill Andresky Fraser in her book White Collar Sweatshops: The Deterioration of.
"White-Collar Sweatshop" and "When authors attack" Readers respond to Suzy Hansen's review of "White-Collar Sweatshop" and Maria Russo's article about authors who strike back at.
White-collar discontent at dozens of well-known US companies is chronicled, with Intel getting especially close attention. In a concluding chapter, Fraser offers her own suggestions for reversing the trend toward what she terms “sweatshop” management : Jill Andresky Fraser.
'White-collar sweatshop': Google Assistant contractors slam tech giant. Although the Assistant can book a restaurant reservation and translate live conversations in two dozen languages, a. White Collar Sweatshop: The Deterioration of Work and Its Rewards in Corporate America Jill Andresky Fraser, Author W.
Norton & Company $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. Fraser contends, in the least convincing sections of the book (sections that seem as if they are still evolving), that there is a way out of the sweatshop via the communication power of the Internet, the involvement of white-collar unions and the support of major players in the investment community.
White-Collar Sweatshop: The Deterioration of Work and Its Rewards in Corporate America, Jill Andresky Fraser.W.W. Norton and Company, pages, $ While working through the s and s as a financial journalist, JillAndresky Fraser was bothered by an apparent paradox: She observed the "buoyantoptimism" of corporate executives and business boosters enjoying a rising.
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[Jill Andresky Fraser] -- "In the s, before the bubble of the "miracle economy" burst, corporate America grew fat on the miseries of the American worker. Media attention has focused on dot-com disasters, massive layoffs. Get this from a library.
White-collar sweatshop: the deterioration of work and its rewards in corporate America. [Jill Andresky Fraser] -- "If you followed the stock market in the s, or looked only at the corporate bottom line, it seemed like the best of times.
But look into the lives of most working men and women, and surely we are. Download Citation | White-collar sweatshop [Book Review] | Not Available | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. The book features numerous interviews with miserable wage slaves, which give a vivid, sad picture of their plight.
Fraser discusses the economic and historical reasons that have created such a work world, and even traces a "path" out of the white-collar sweatshop.White-Collar Sweatshop details the indignities of working in corporate America, where workers are paying the price for increased competition Her new book raises the question of whether the Author: Jack Beatty.White-collar sweatshop: the deterioration of work and its rewards in corporate America / Jill Andresky Fraser Norton New York Australian/Harvard Citation.
Fraser, Jill Andresky.White-collar sweatshop: the deterioration of work and its rewards in corporate America / Jill Andresky Fraser Norton New York.