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Research data: LABOUR MARKET
This policy brief addresses the little-attended to question of employee responsibilities as opposed to their rights. Recognising the controv...Download this report
2018 The future of work and education for the digital age: technological innovation and the future of work: a view from the South
A global narrative about technological change and the future of work is emerging. It states that technological innovation will be pervasive ...
How workplaces deal with the risks posed by HIV and AIDS in the workplace will have a strong bearing on the effective functioning of the lab...Download this report
2017 The boundaries of artisanal work and occupations in South Africa, and their relation to inequality
Improving the access of previously marginalised groups to skilled occupations is vital to growing the South African economy and making strid...