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  • Ryan, Lorraine; Lavelle, Jonathan; O’Sullivan, Michelle; McMahon, Juliet; Murphy, Caroline; Turner, Thomas; Gunnigle, Patrick; O’Brien, Mike (Roskilde Universitet, 2019)
    The apparent rise in precarious work has received increased attention in a number of countries in recent decades. However, studies highlight the difficulties of both defining and capturing the extent of precarious work. ...
  • O'Sullivan, Michelle; Turner, Thomas; McMahon, Juliet; Ryan, Lorraine; Lavelle, Jonathan; Murphy, Caroline; O'Brien, Mike; Gunnigle, Patrick (University of Limerick, 2020)
    Zero hours work is work with no guaranteed hours. Researchers at the Kemmy Business School (KBS), University of Limerick, have been examining the prevalence and impact of zero hours work and low hours work amongst ...
  • Ryan, Lorraine; Wallace, Joseph (Sciendo, 2019)
    This paper examines the conditions under which annual hours (AH) are likely to succeed or fail and the role of workplace partnership in delivering mutual gains. We explore two case studies, in one company with a positive ...
  • O'Sullivan, Michelle; Turner, Thomas; Lavelle, Jonathan; McMahon, Juliet; Murphy, Caroline; Ryan, Lorraine; Gunnigle, Patrick; O'Brien, Mike (SAGE Publications, 2017)
    Zero hours work typifies work where there are no guaranteed hours offered by the employer. This article examines the relationship between the state and the emergence of zero hours work in an atypical liberal market ...
  • Ryan, Lorraine; MacMahon, Juliet; O’Sullivan, Michelle; Turner, Thomas; Lavelle, Jonathan; Murphy, Caroline; O’Brien, Mike; Gunnigle, Patrick (Sciendo, 2019)
    The rise in zero hours contracts in liberal market economies (LMEs) has recently received much attention with calls for regulation to protect workers. LMEs typically adopt flexible labour market policies that are less ...

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