Whilestill debated in some academic and policy circles, even the OECD accepts thatatypical precarious working arrangements, including temporary jobs, involuntarypart-time jobs and bogus self-employment, are often not stepping stones tobetteremployment. As FEPS-TASC’s research so clearly shows, precarious workleads to precarious lives where people are trapped in uncertainty, floating andon stand-by, with all aspects of their lives, their personal ambitions andhopes for family formation, onhold. The qualitative evidence in the reportvividly describes these effects, such as ‘forced infantilisation’ and mentalscarring that impacts the quality of life of precarious workers and theirfamilies. This is not just a labour market matter, it is also matters forequality.
Sulle riforme del pnrr sull’inclusione serve partecipazione dei territori
by ANSA 06/10/2022
Interview with FEPS Director of Studies and Policy David Rinaldi
‘Wave of poverty’ expected to hit Brussels in winter, says social welfare expert
by Euronews 08/09/2022
Ronald Reagan és a “Reaganomics” legendája – Beszélgetés Andor Lászlóval
by Tilos Rádió 03/09/2022
FEPS Secretary General László Andor participates on 'Régen minden jobb volt' (Everything used to be better) backward-looking history programme on HU 'Tilos Rádió' on Ronald Reagan.
Tyskland vill slopa vetorätt inom EU
by ETC 29/07/2022
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