A case of employers never letting a good crisis go to waste?: an investigation of how work becomes even more precarious for hourly-paid workers under CovidCitation formats

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title = "A case of employers never letting a good crisis go to waste?: an investigation of how work becomes even more precarious for hourly-paid workers under Covid",
abstract = "The fragility of employers{\textquoteright} voluntary, business-case based improvements to employment standards for front-line hourly-paid staff is revealed in two organisational case studies from the art and care sectors. For different reasons Covid provided a catalyst for employers to enact passive and active exit strategies that made work more precarious.",
author = "Eva Herman and Jill Rubery and Gail Hebson",
year = "2021",
month = jul,
day = "15",
language = "English",
journal = "Industrial Relations Journal",
issn = "0019-8692",
publisher = "John Wiley & Sons Ltd",

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AB - The fragility of employers’ voluntary, business-case based improvements to employment standards for front-line hourly-paid staff is revealed in two organisational case studies from the art and care sectors. For different reasons Covid provided a catalyst for employers to enact passive and active exit strategies that made work more precarious.

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