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Law, precarious labour and posted workers, a sociolegal study on posted work in the EU, Marta Lasek-Markey

Summary
"This book examines the role of law in regulating and influencing the lived experiences of posted workers in Europe. The 'posting' of workers is an unusual type of labour mobility, where workers are hired out to provide a specific service in another country. Although it involves a specialised area of law, it is one that serves as a magnifying glass for the long-standing tension between the economic and social dimensions of law's regulatory role. As an atypical form of labour migration, posting also touches upon broader themes concerning the role and purpose of labour law in a changing world of work. Taking up these themes through interviews with posted workers, lawyers and employers, the book adopts a sociolegal approach to consider how the law shapes the precarious lived experiences of posted workers in Europe. Giving voice to those with first-hand experience, the book goes on to propose solutions that might address the precarity of posted work. This book will be of interest to scholars, researchers and practitioners working in the areas of labour law, sociolegal studies, EU law, and migration"--, Provided by publisher
Table of contents
Introduction. Posted work in the EU legal order -- Precarious work : history, theory and the law -- Workers as a service. Unveiling the twisted logic of the 1996 Posted Workers Directive -- Small steps towards less precarity. The reform of the Posted Workers Directive -- Blue-collar posted workers in the vicious cycle of precarity -- Outside the vicious cycle of precarity. White-collar posted workers -- Conclusion. Minimising the inevitable precarity of posted workers -- A case for reform?
Language
eng
Literary form
non fiction
Copyright
Note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical description
1 online resource (185 pages)
Specific material designation
remote
Form of item
online
ISBN
9781000874938

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