It is deduced from the narratives that lack of capital, titled assets and inheritance issue are the main challenges faced by women pieceworker
In future, home-based pieceworkers
will be entitled to a rate for the job equivalent to the full new minimum wage of pounds 4.
Artists should not be pieceworkers
, occasional visitors to their theatres.
9 million mainly in hotels, catering, shops, care homes, security and clothing factories, agency staff, pieceworkers
kept their own ledgers of past jobs that constituted an employment history available for the perusal by each new boss.
The Act will cover pieceworkers
, homeworkers, agency commission and domestic workers, as well as part-timers and casuals, with the only exemptions being those aged 16 and 17.
This may fit the image of unionism that a corporate-controlled media wants to project, but it omits aspects of workers' lives that are more socially oriented: organizing fundraisers for inner city school hot-lunch programmes, defending workers against harassment by employers, organizing pieceworkers
forced to work long days for less than minimum wage, or campaigning against child labour.
According to this definition, virtually all workers - including pieceworkers
, workers hired on a contract-payment basis, homeworkers and members of a cooperative - are all employees.
Homeworkers appear briefly in this history, usually as pieceworkers
in the garment trades, but homework as a phenomenon has escaped analysis.
On the other hand, a large-scale formal sector enterprise may hire pieceworkers
to assemble goods--for example, toys, radio transmitters, or batteries--in their homes.
Young lawyers are often treated and made to feel like pieceworkers
These uprisings which were largely revolts of disgruntled artisans, pieceworkers
in the textile trade and peasants often took the air of millinery or chiliastic movements.