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The TUC estimates that one in nine UK workers are in precarious work, including staff on zero-hours contracts and self-employed people making less than minimum wage.
"We feel the situation is more precarious - to move into a dryish pattern of weather so soon rings the alarm bells."
Kalleberg, Precarious Lives: Job Insecurity and Well-Being in Rich Democracies (London: Polity, 2018)
Those who do not or cannot meet the demands established for this type of inclusion--specific skills, education, wealth, networks, or evidence of persecution legible to the Eurocentric refugee determination system--are left with few options but to seek precarious forms of status, such as temporary work permits, making refugee claims, or remain with no status at all.
3 among the injured girls are stated to be in precarious condition.
The Government has been urged to address the "rise of precarious work" in a report by Think Tank for Action on Social Change.
Mubashar died on the spot while his aunt suffered injuries and she was shifted to District Headquarters Hospital in precarious condition.
They were taken to a local hospital wherefrom the doctors referred them to a hospital in Peshawar in precarious condition.
Enforcing Exclusion: Precarious Migrants and the Law in Canada
OSUN State Joint Public Service Negotiating Councils, comprising of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC) and other 12 affiliated unions have implored Governor Rauf Aregbesola to restore full payment of salaries to some categories of workers, saying the condition of public servants and pensioners in the state are precarious.
Unfortunately, decent work in the Philippines remains elusive for millions of Filipinos, who are joining the new class of precarious workers.