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Inequality and Occupational Sick Pay

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This article presents a critical commentary upon a research report on Occupational Sick Pay Schemes recently commissioned and published by the Department of Social Security. The authors argue that evidence of increasingly widespread occupational provision conceals a growing disparity between the conditions of service enjoyed by higher paid 'core' workers and those endured by more vulnerable 'peripheral' workers.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 1990

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