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Vulnerable Workers and Precarious Working.

By: Fashoyin, Tayo.
Contributor(s): Tiraboschi, Michele | Sargeant, Malcolm | Ori, Martina.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013Description: 1 online resource (310 p.).ISBN: 9781443851077.Subject(s): Casual labor | Job security | Precarious employmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Vulnerable Workers and Precarious WorkingDDC classification: 331.554 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; LIST OF TABLES; INTRODUCTION; THE REGULATION OF VULNERABLE WORKERS AND PRECARIOUS WORK; GIVING VOICE TO THE PRECARIOUSLY EMPLOYED?; REGULATING PRECARIOUS WORK?; WHO CAN HELP BRITAIN'S VULNERABLE WORKFORCE?; NON-STANDARD WORKERS; THE INTERNATIONAL REGULATION OF DOMESTIC WORK; THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR; FROM MEDICAL TO SOCIAL MODEL AT A SLOW PACE; BRITISH TRADE UNIONS AND POLISH MIGRANT WORKERS; MOBILE WORKERS BETWEEN BRUSSELS AND ROME; THE VULNERABILITY OF THE BULLIED WORKER; CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX
Summary: The papers presented here originated at a wonderful conference held at Middlesex University in London attended by experts on the subject of vulnerable workers and precarious work from all over the world. The aim here is to examine different aspects of these topics, showing the need for developing further research in connection with these areas of study.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; LIST OF TABLES; INTRODUCTION; THE REGULATION OF VULNERABLE WORKERS AND PRECARIOUS WORK; GIVING VOICE TO THE PRECARIOUSLY EMPLOYED?; REGULATING PRECARIOUS WORK?; WHO CAN HELP BRITAIN'S VULNERABLE WORKFORCE?; NON-STANDARD WORKERS; THE INTERNATIONAL REGULATION OF DOMESTIC WORK; THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR; FROM MEDICAL TO SOCIAL MODEL AT A SLOW PACE; BRITISH TRADE UNIONS AND POLISH MIGRANT WORKERS; MOBILE WORKERS BETWEEN BRUSSELS AND ROME; THE VULNERABILITY OF THE BULLIED WORKER; CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX

The papers presented here originated at a wonderful conference held at Middlesex University in London attended by experts on the subject of vulnerable workers and precarious work from all over the world. The aim here is to examine different aspects of these topics, showing the need for developing further research in connection with these areas of study.

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