Posts by Judy Fudge

Judy Fudge, Kent Law School

Rethinking Recovery: Labour market exploitation and austerity in the UK

Stopping labour exploitation requires effective regulation of the labour market, not scapegoating migrant and vulnerable workers Explaining the Conservative government’s decision to appoint a Director of Labour Market Enforcement, Immigration Minister James Brokenshire declared: ‘Exploiting or coercing people into work is not acceptable.  It is not right that unscrupulous employers can force people to work or live in very poor … Continue reading

5 July 2016 by Judy Fudge
Categories: Economics, Employment, Human rights, Rethinking Recovery, SPERI Comment Tags: , , ,