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Making work pay
Sally Daly

nature of immigration or labour market controls is important in understanding the positioning of both sets of workers evidenced here. Attention to the temporal dimension of migration has specific resonance with the horticultural labour market. By taking matters of time into consideration (period in a job, length of time between periods of work, hours of work and the seasonal reach of specific crops), the insecure labour conditions of precarious workers are highlighted. Indeed, Waite suggests that ‘the exploitation of the precarious worker may occur primarily through

in Spacing Ireland