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(p. 513) 13. Part-Time and Fixed-Term Work 

(p. 513) 13. Part-Time and Fixed-Term Work
(p. 513) 13. Part-Time and Fixed-Term Work

David Cabrelli

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date: 11 December 2019

This chapter examines the policies that have been adopted to strike a balance between the twin objectives of labour market flexibility and enhanced job quality in the context of the regulation of part-time work and fixed-term work. It evaluates the equal treatment regimes contained in the Part-Time Workers Regulations and the Fixed-Term Employees Regulations. In so doing, it addresses the Framework Agreement and Directive on Part-time Work and the Agreement on Fixed-term Work and the Fixed-term Work Directive.

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