Transference of Risk: The Increase in Casualization in the Workforce

by Priscilla Shorne It is interesting in these days of corporate collapses and rising insurance premiums to consider the role of risk in our lives. We live in a country with a government which tries to make life safer through regulation of risks. For example, we are expected to vaccinate our chil- dren to avoid the risk of disease and sanctions are applied if we do not; we must wear our seat belts when driving or face a potential fine; we must wear bike helmets when cycling, public health campaigns are carried out to encourage safe sexual practice and yet […]
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