casualization

casualization

(ˌkæʒjʊəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

casualisation

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the altering of working practices so that regular workers are re-employed on a casual or short-term basis
Translations

casualization

casualisation [ˌkæʒuəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] (British) n [labour, employment] → précarisation f
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The legislators need to take a fresh look at the bigger picture of this phenomenon called 'labor-only contracting' or LOC and the wider problem of labor casualization. It is doubtful if the Senate is prepared to alter, in the name of balancing the interests of labor and management, Senate Bill 1826 that was vetoed by the President.
Download Request Free Sample Report@ https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=3305 Casualization have escalated the demand for Athleisure wear across the globe The athleisure wear trend is a bright spot in sportswear right now and responsible for the category growth in the recent years.
"The Increasing Casualization of the Gig Economy: Insecure Forms of Work, Precarious Employment Relationships, and the Algorithmic Management of Labor," Psychosociological Issues in Human Resource Management 7(1): 60-65.
Broadly speaking, the casualization of fashion remains strong, footwear is gaining wallet share, and beauty "remains dynamic" with several indie brands hitting new highs in the survey, say the analysts.
If the casualization of employment is, in Pierre Bourdieu's words, part of a new mode of domination "based on the creation of a generalized and permanent state of insecurity aimed at forcing workers into submission, into the acceptance of exploitation," then such strategies are required to fracture precarity's hold on the consciousness of workers.
During a summit held on Monday, it was resolved that nursing vacancies resulting from natural attrition will henceforth be filled on contract basis."Which government in the world talks about casualization of labour?" posed Mr Atwoli.
Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli said they were opposed to casualization of labour.
Against a background of automation and labor casualization, these firms' monopoly profits boost inequality, fuel discontent, undermine aggregate demand for goods and services, and further destabilize capitalism.
Against a background of automation and labour casualization, these firms' monopoly profits boost inequality, fuel discontent, undermine aggregate demand for goods and services, and further destabilize capitalism.
According to him; 'Though we listed some of the challenges such as casualization and contract staffing, offshoring of jobs, insecurity, infrastructural decay and capital flight, among others; at no time did we issue any strike notice to the government on issues.
With the dismissal of the three prominent professors, there was a shift to casualization in staffing, with an increasing use of adjuncts, visitors and former students.
Casual and streetwear : Streetwear categories experienced standout growth in 2017, driven by casualization of workplace attire and younger buyers of luxury goods.