In part 2 of this two-part blog, we consider divides constructed between the permanent/temporary and the skilled/unskilled in relation to worker rights.
Why labour unfreedom is a more useful category than modern slavery to challenge exploitative working relations at home and abroad […]
Corporate profits are soaring, but so is labour exploitation. Who is the ‘recovery’ really benefiting? Has the labour market ‘recovered’ […]
To prevent another economic crisis, we must address the spread and normalization of indecent work Global capitalism’s promise was to […]