Curbing bogus self-employment: Reflections on what next and what more is needed?

December 17, 2019

by Michelle O’Sullivan, University of Limerick

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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Good Future Jobs for all? Persons with disabilities remain on the margins

December 17, 2019

by Charlotte May-Simera, National University of Ireland – Galway

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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Situating Migrant Workers in the Future of Work Agenda

December 17, 2019

by Edel McGinley, Migrant Rights Centre Ireland

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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Raise the floor: Why the new government should increase the minimum wage

December 16, 2019

by Joe Dromey, Deputy Director of Research and Development, Learning and Work Institute

Pay is a critical component of fulfilling work. Given high levels of in-work poverty in the UK, there is a growing political consensus for increasing the wage floor. The Carnegie UK Trust is partner...

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Improving the quality of management to deliver better jobs

December 16, 2019

by Tomás Sercovich, Business in the Community Ireland

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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A Roadmap to decent work and inclusive growth

December 16, 2019

by Patricia King, Irish Congress of Trade Unions

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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Ireland, low pay, and the Living Wage

December 16, 2019

by Robert Sweeney, TASC

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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Future of work in rural communities in Ireland

December 12, 2019

by Seán McCabe, TASC

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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Women and work

December 12, 2019

by Orla O’Connor, National Women’s Council of Ireland

The Carnegie UK Trust-TASC Ensuring Good Future Jobs essay collection describes many of the key challenges faced by workers in Ireland today, and proposes a series of policy and practice changes ...

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Ireland: Republic of opportunity or state of insecurity for young workers?

December 12, 2019

by James Doorley, National Youth Council of Ireland

A decade on from the economic crisis, Ireland is a different country. The recession left scars on all our citizens and impacted as they were by unemployment, debt, cuts in income supports and the with...

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