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Business Studies - AQA - GCSE - Full-time and Part-time Employees

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GCSE Business studies Mind Map on Business Studies - AQA - GCSE - Full-time and Part-time Employees, created by Josh Anderson on 11/11/2015.
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Business Studies - AQA - GCSE - Full-time and Part-time Employees
  1. Full-Time Employees
    1. Advantages
      1. Available for a number of hours
        1. Will become experienced, can help the busineses
        2. Disadvantages
          1. More expensive for employer (Higher pay than part-time employee)
            1. Less flexible in down time
              1. Because of specialisation
          2. Part-Time Employees
            1. Advantages
              1. Less expensive for employer (Lower pay than full-time employee)
                1. Help at busy periods
                2. Disadvantages
                  1. Limited working hours
                    1. Other priorities
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