Workplace transmissions: a predictable result of the class divide in worker rights
How to stop sick people going to work? That’s a question the Victorian government has been grappling with since it became clear about 80% of new COVID-19 infections in the state’s second-wave outbreak were from workplace transmissions. It’s the consequence of a deepening class divide in work in which hundreds of thousands of essential workers in high-risk industries are poorly paid and lack job security, guaranteed hours or sick-leave entitlements.
|1503 - Business and Management
|Fair Work Commission
|Workplace transmissions: a predictable result of the class divide in worker rights
|Non traditional textual works
|August 17, 2020
|School of Management
|Open access via publisher
|Faculty of Business and Law
|Fitzgerald, Scott [0000-0001-9043-9727]
|Fitzgerald, Scott 
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