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Rigid forms of bureaucracy are under attack, workers are asked to behave nimbly, to be open to change on short notice, to take risks continually, to become ever less dependent on regulations and formal procedures. This increase in job insecurity has been most prominent since 1979. Before this the state was regarded as a ‘model employer’, where secure working referred to a ‘job for life’ and also included comparable wage rates, joint regulations, good pensions, holidays, sick pay and procedural fairness. It wasn’t until the Conservative party came into power that this image started to be undermined. Temporary employment was introduced as a consequence to a range of pressures facing the government (particularly the financial crisis). Hence insecure working became rife and so did people’s perception and recognition of this type of employment. New labour has failed to alter these specific Thatcher policies and so it can be argued whether or not the U.K is currently witnessing a widespread growth in employment insecurity

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