Unprotected Labor

Author: Vanessa H. May
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807834777
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Through an analysis of women's reform, domestic worker activism, and cultural values attached to public and private space, Vanessa May explains how and why domestic workers, the largest category of working women before 1940, were excluded ...

Underage And Unprotected Child Labor In Egypt S Cotton Fields

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Publisher: Human Rights Watch
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They are also tantamount to the worst forms of child labor, as defined in the
International Labour Organization's Convention 182, which Egypt has not yet
ratified. Children were forcibly recruited to take part in pest management as
recently as ten years ago, and some farmers continue to believe that they will be
fined if they resist their children's recruitment. However, most children today are
compelled to work by the driving force of poverty. The children's task for the
cooperatives is to aid ...

Labor Movement

Author: Harald Bauder
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019020835X
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“What allows migrant workers to be used as a 'cheap' and largely unprotected
labor power are not any inherent qualities of the people so categorized but,
rather, state regulations that render them powerless” (Sharma 2000: 8). This
statement raises the question of how these repressive state regulations can be
justified among policy makers, within the state bureaucracies, and to the
electorate. Images of migrant workers must be constructed to justify denying
international migrants high ...

Egypt

Author: Human Rights Watch (Organization)
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Unprotected Migrants

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Human Rights Watch learned that a corporate permit holder, who is a farmer as
well as a labor contractor and labor consultant, had applied for a work permit for
a Zimbabwean migrant who did not work for him, and passed on to the worker
almost the full price of a corporate permit application. As noted above, the cost of
the application is independent of the number of corporate workers requested,
and currently costs R1,520 (US$215); the corporate permit is valid for three years
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Are Labor Markets In Developing Countries Dualistic

Author: William Francis Maloney
Publisher: World Bank Publications
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I. Introduction A long tradition views the roughly 40% of LDC labor forces that are
unprotected by labor legislation and working in small "informal" frrns to be the
disadvantaged segment of a dual labor market.1 The origins and dynamics of this
sector have attracted renewed interest for at least two reasons. First, increasing
labor market efficiency and flexibility is considered an essential complement to
the market-based reforms underway throughout the developing world.2 To the
degree ...

The Striking Cabbies Of Cairo And Other Stories

Author: John T. Chalcraft
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791461440
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Crafts and service workers were unable to escape the chronic vulnerability that
resulted from labor-intensive production and lack of factor accumulation. Masters
had little surplus to reinvest in productivity-raising mechanization because of self-
exploitation. Moreover, where hands and bodies of journeymen and laborers
were so cheap and unprotected, labor- squeezing strategies were chosen in
preference to the risks and expenses of mechanization. Whatever its costs, this
was a ...

Journal Of The Civil War Era

Author: William A. Blair
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469608987
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Press, 1992), 98–140; Joshua L. Rosenbloom, Looking for Work, Searching for
Workers: American Labor Markets during Industrialization (New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2002), 47; and Vanessa H. May, Unprotected Labor: Household
Workers, Politics, and Middle-Class Reform in New York, 1870–1940 (Chapel
Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2011), 24–26, 60–63, 98–104. For
scholarship on the debates concerning the moral parameters of capitalism in this
era, see ...

An Introduction To Labor Law

Author: Michael Evan Gold
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801484773
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For the same reason, refusal to work overtime is unprotected, even if the workers
are protesting excessive overtime assignments (unless a labor contract allows
workers to refuse overtime). As mentioned in chapter 2,* a worker who refuses to
cross a picket line is engaged in protected activity. If that picket line is part of an
illegal strike, however, the worker who refuses to cross the line is out of luck: she
is unprotected, just as the strikers are. Workers participating in a legal strike can
lose ...

Dominant Divisions Of Labor Models Of Production That Have Transformed The World Of Work

Author: T. Janoski
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137370238
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These points about political influences leave an unsettled picture. The Fordist
model led to social welfare and strong unions, but the lean production model
looks like it promotes neo-liberalism, inequality, and disciplined and low paid
global workers. It appears to be like a globalized corporatist welfare system for a
tiny portion of the workforce, and an unprotected privatized system reliant on
charity and voluntary associations for the largest number of citizens. The large
secondary labor ...