In this volume the author uses private employment agencies as a case study in which to explore “the human marketplace” in his research in gathering useful data on the evolution and influences upon the relationship between work and identity. This study looks at the role of Private employment agents—men and women who derive an income by acting as brokers between employers and people who seek employment.
Table of Contents
1 From Marketplace To Marketplace, 2 Abuses By Private Employment Agencies, 3 Social Control Of Private Employment Agencies, 4 Salesmen In Professional Clothing, 5 The Applicant Meets The Agent, 6 Private Employment Agents In A Technological Society, Appendix: Sample Interview
Tomas Martinez (Author)