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Wednesday, 4th July 2007

7 out of 10: Labour Under Labour 1997-2007

7 out of 10: Labour Under Labour 1997-2007
Source: The Work Foundation
From press release:

Most new jobs created between 1997 and 2006 were permanent and full time – contrary to predictions about the rise of temporary, insecure work made in the 1990s.

The Labour government has re-regulated the labour market without any credible evidence of damage to economic performance or organisational effectiveness; unemployment has remained relatively low.

Many worthwhile reforms (from the national minimum wage, to flexible working rights, to information and consultation rights) have offered a means of redress for employees – but enforcement remains an issue.

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