Employment relations and dismissal regulations: does employment legislation protect the health of workers?

@inproceedings{Barlow2019EmploymentRA,
  title={Employment relations and dismissal regulations: does employment legislation protect the health of workers?},
  author={Pepita Barlow and A. H. Reeves and Martin McKee and David Stuckler},
  year={2019}
}
Sociologists have long acknowledged that being in a precarious labour market position, whether employed or unemployed, can harm peoples' health. However, scholars have yet to fully investigate the possible contextual, institutional determinants of this relationship. Two institutions that were overlooked in previous empirical studies are the regulations that set minimum compensation for dismissal, severance payments, and entitlements to a period of notice before dismissal, notice periods. These… CONTINUE READING

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