The rise of contract and casual work means a shorter working week and universal basic income should become serious policy options, the Green Institute says.
The institute ’s report Can Less Work be More Fair ? said the loss of permanent full-time jobs in areas as diverse as cleaning services and academia was making work highly precarious and increasing the divide between those who were overworked and those who were underemployed.
Tim Hollo, the Green Institute’s executive director, said he hoped the paper expanded the acceptable boundary of conversation for left-of-centre politics, as the Institute of Public Affairs and Sky’s Andrew […]
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