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In the post-World War II period, working and social life has been organised around the concept of a standard day and week with premium payments for work undertaken during unsocial hours. In recent years, this standard model for organising working-time has been placed under pressure from a range of supplyand demand-side factors. This paper reports on the findings of 1995 survey into the extent and nature of non-standard working-time arrangements in Australia and New Zealand. This paper seeks todoi:10.1108/01437729810220419 fatcat:ryqeabstarf2fetbwth4qzj46q