“Jobs that have prorated salaries and benefits and a career ladder.” (Barnett citing Tilly).
“Retention part-time jobs: Workers have skill and compensation levels comparable to, or above, those of full-timers. Their part-time schedules are special arrangements negotiated to retain or attract valued employees.” (Tilly, 1992).
As defined by Barnett citing Tilly in Reduced Hours Work/Part-time Work, a Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia entry. Retrieved from http://wfnetwork.bc.edu/encyclopedia_entry.php?id=252.
Tilly, C. (1992). Two faces of part time work: Good and bad part time jobs in U.S. service industries. In B. D. Warme, K. L. P. Lundy & L. A. Lundy (Eds.). Part time work: Opportunity or dead end? (pp. 227-238). New York: Praeger