The main idea of the paper is that the overall performance of contract workers in the high-tech organization would not be influenced by any types of factors, such as a forced-departure rule, culture of the client organization, or the spent time at the client work site. The authors, Randall Jarmon, Albert Paulson, and Douglas, Rebne, came up the result based on the survey data of the ninety-six high-tech managers who has or had experience with hiring and working with contractors. However, these authors did not forget about reminding us cautions in three factors. The first factor is that the generalization tendency of the research is limited since they narrowly defined group of what they founds, temporary workers in US. The second one is that the research seems little experimental on the performance of the contractors. The other one is that the used sample is a small since the surveyed mangers are only ninety-six.
Roh, Seong-man, "The Evaluation Paper forContractor Performance: How Good Are ContingentWorkers at the Professional Level?" (1998). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1963.