The book includes chapters from varied authors and reviews the origins of Decent Work and helps to demonstrate its working in practice. Using a Decent Work lens to explore the realities of eroding work conditions in typical and atypical work, the book concludes that urgent action is required to address these issues for the benefit of individual workers, and society as a whole.

Prepared by researchers and collaborators associated with the Decent Work and Productivity Research Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, the volume provides insights from  authors presenting research from multiple disciplines including economics, labour market studies, organisation studies, sociology, psychology, career development and education. These unique and wide-ranging contributions position Decent Work as valuable to important questions about the future of work, and emerging interdisciplinary research about work.

If you would like to know more, all are welcome to the Book launch which will be both in person (at Manchester Met) and online on Thursday 4th November. 

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