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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

Will Labour address UK insecure work explosion - after 14 years of employment standards erosion?

2024-07-11 11:45

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Will Labour address UK insecure work explosion - after 14 years of employment standards erosion?

Can the new UK government end the race to the bottom on employment standards?

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The TUC has reported that a record 4.1 million people are in precarious employment such as zero-hours contracts and casual work - and there's been an “explosion” in insecure, low-paid work in the past 14 years.

 

Can the new Labour government’s “new deal for working people” provide an opportunity for a reset, and end their predecessors' race to the bottom on employment standards?

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