Presentation at the Understanding Society’s Employment Workshop

As a continuation of our project on labour market non-compliance (see my previous post on our report), our research team successfully submitted an affiliated study application to the Understanding Society survey. This means that, subject to funding, we will be allowed to carry out a large-scale representative survey study on precarious workers in the UK with a respondent-driven sampling element as a methodological innovation. I had a chance to present our proposed research at the Understanding Society’s Employment Workshop. The full programme of the event and my presentation are available below.

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Release of our final report on labour market non-compliance

Our final report on the advantages and disadvantages of various methodological approaches to examine and assess labour market non-compliance in the UK is available online from the following link (you can also download the pdf after the page break). It was an exciting opportunity to support this scoping project spearheaded by Ella Cockbain (UCL), and work together with Sam Scott (University of Gloucestershire) and Ben Bradford (UCL). We hope that we will have the chance to continue our work and would appreciate any feedback regarding the report.

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