Precariousness in Law and Labour Markets: The Case of Temporary Migrant Workers
Grant number: DP130100443 | Funding period: 2013 - 2018
This project examines the situation of temporary migrant workers in Australia, focusing on the nature and extent of their precariousness both in law and in labour market practice. It offers a major contribution to current research and policy debates on the implications of temporary migrant labour.
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Precarious work and the reluctance to complain: Italian temporary migrant workers in Australia
Iain Campbell, Maria Azzurra Tranfaglia, Joo-Cheong Tham, Martina Boese
The reluctance of many temporary migrant workers (TMWs) to challenge poor wages and conditions is an important puzzle for both res..