Lifting wages and conditions of atypical employees in Denmark - the role of social partners and sectoral social dialogue
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The article focuses on IR-institutions and atypical employment in three sectorsin Denmark. It demonstrates that industrial cleaning with precariousness beingwidespread shows most social partner responses followed by construction and thenhospitals with fewest responses and problems. Despite these social dialogue initia-tives, cross-sectoral variations of precariousness continue to exist.
|Industrial Relations Journal
|Published - 28 Apr 2018