What's Wrong with Work?
As changes occur in how work is organised across the globe, What’s wrong with work shows that how workers are treated has wide implications beyond the lives of workers themselves.Recognising gender, race, class and global differences, the book looks at three kinds of increasingly important work – green work, IT work and the ‘gig’ economy. It considers the ways formal work is often dependent on informal work, especially domestic work and care work and concludes by considering what might make work better, arguing that there is a collective responsibility to address bad work.
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