After the great London dock strike of 1889 against the insecurity of jobs, voluntary registration schemes for decasualisation
through contribution by employers were initiated in the UK.
In chapter 9 Beveridge discusses 'the organised fluidity of labour', advocating the establishment of public Labour Exchanges to improve the adjustment of labour supply to labour demand, and argues for the systematic decasualisation of the labour market.
Here Beveridge acknowledges that the problems of cyclical and seasonal unemployment are 'not touched upon directly at all' by the proposals for Labour Exchanges and decasualisation (p.
, and the integration of part-time work will be necessary to secure benefits such as sick and compassionate leave, superannuation etc.