Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-191) and index.
Non-standard work, flexibility, and United Kingdom labour law -- The employee and the worker : The fragmented expansion of UK labour law -- Ensuring equality and availability : the regulation of part-time work -- Permanency and protection : the incomplete integration of temporary work into United Kingdom labour law -- Temporary agency work : capturing the tripartite working relationship -- Conclusions : non-standard work, labour market flexibility, and contemporary labour law-an inchoate reform.
This work examines the regulation of 'flexible' or 'non-standard' forms of work, including part-time, temporary and temporary agency work. It explores how labour law can evolve to protect workers more adequately in the changing workforces and evolving working arrangements of contemporary industrialised economies.
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