The bill lacked many of the key provisions in the original Full Employment
Bill of 1945, stripping the provisions that guaranteed a full employment
economy or a right to a job.
Earlier views, such as those held by Keynes (11) and Beveridge, (12) defined full employment
as an economy in which the only unemployment was due to workers transitioning from one job to another.
By making the two sides equal, and assuming we start with full employment
of capital, the required growth rate of investment necessary to keep new capital fully employed can be calculated.
The value of full employment
as a target of social policy has been contested in American life.
run sustainable, economic conditions full employment
and stable prices and, by extension, that monetary policy supports such an outcome.
, shorter working time for all and a rising share of national income for labour are the major risk to capital, not an increase in income security.
He said: "I hereby formally commit the Government to report on our progress towards halving the disability employment gap in the annual report on full employment
- no ifs, no buts.
A world where reproduction is easy may well be a world where full employment
is behind us.
means for me that anyone who wants a job is able to get a job in our country.
In the Fifties the Attlee Labour government achieved full employment
, which it defined as just 1.
In a speech to port workers in Tilbury, Essex, Osborne said: "Today I'm making a new commitment - a commitment to fight for full employment
A person who is a genuine casual worker does not have a 'contract of employment' and therefore does not have full employment