ASPIRING TO SURVIVE: ZERO HOURS JUSTICE HELPS WITH RESEARCH INTO SOCIAL MOBILITY OF PRECARIOUS WORKERS
By Pravin Jeyaraj
Zero Hours Justice has been contacted by a PhD student at Cardiff University carrying out research into the aspirations of people in precarious work, including those on zero hours contracts and casual workers.
You are under no obligation to take part, but it’s an opportunity to express your views. Those who take part in the later interview stages will receive Love2shop vouchers.
The research is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. Zero Hours Justice is not involved with the organisation of this research. Any questions should be directed towards Jon Jones, whose contact details are in the information sheet below.
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