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Arbeitszeit: Verkürzung statt Flexibilisierung (Factsheet II)

am 25. September 2017 um 9:00h

Das Facts­heet als pdf:

Facts­heet I: „Arbeits­zeit: Ver­kür­zung statt Flexibilisierung“


Das Facts­heet als hoch­auf­lö­sen­des jpg:

Facts­heet I: „Arbeits­zeit: Ver­kür­zung statt Fle­xi­bi­li­sie­rung“ Sei­te 1

Facts­heet I: „Arbeits­zeit: Ver­kür­zung statt Fle­xi­bi­li­sie­rung“ Sei­te 2


Quel­len und wei­te­re Lite­ra­tur zum Thema:

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