In the hit Korean Netflix show ‘Squid Game,’ players are required to sign dubiously ethical contracts as their lives are assigned monetary value.
Southeast Asia’s largest economy applies different standards when it comes to upholding work rights for migrant workers from Indonesia and other countries.
Informal employment is significant in sub-Saharan Africa. The plight of informal workers needs to be highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Should the chronic hiring struggles of Canadian restaurants be referred to as a labour shortage, or can it be more accurately portrayed as a retention issue fuelled by a lack of decent work?
Can the structural barriers to low-skilled employment growth be overcome?
NFL salary caps were originally introduced to make the league more competitive and reduce performance differences between small and large market teams. But they have also worked out well for players.
The treatment of the horse Saint Boy has ignited fierce discussion about horses in modern pentathlon, and reanimated ethical debates about horses’ jobs beyond the Olympics.
Addressing serious disconnects between Labour and its ‘traditional’ constituencies remains a key challenge for Keir Starmer’s party.
In this moment of crisis, South Africa urgently needs decisive action. But all too often South Africans of all political stripes seem trapped in stale discourses.
Switching political parties is fairly common in Britain. But does that mean parties are being shaped by entryism?
Focusing solely on home working neglects the fact that most employees in the UK rarely or never worked from home after the pandemic
We looked at 100 years of Tory and Labour governments to see who was better at producing GDP.
In post-pandemic Canada, the media will play a big role in shaping public understanding of labour conditions. A future of work that is safe and equitable requires the voices of workers.
Induction of labour can be life-saving in some situations. But women are increasingly induced for non-medical reasons, and earlier in their pregnancies.
The choice between Sadiq Khan and Shaun Bailey comes down to two opposing views of what transport is for – and how to fund it
As the use of robots and autonomous machines increases across industries, governments need to have a strategy in place. The labour force will transition out of automated tasks into new jobs.
The evidence doesn’t necessarily support the widespread use of cardiotocography to monitor baby during labour. Women need to be aware there’s another option.
The omnibus law on job creation puts efforts to bring about social change to almost 24 million Indonesians living with a disability in reverse.
The authors argue South Asian immigrants to Canada have become complicit in the state’s racial and capitalist agendas.
COVID-19 is shedding light on the impact of poverty, inequality and unemployment. This includes hardships women face and the burden placed on them to manage responsibilities every day.