During over 30 years of experience, I have taken part in trade union activity and research at most levels, from shop steward and national neogtiator in manufacturing to Policy Officer in the General Secretary's office of a major UK trade union. During this time I have developed a special interest in the extremes of employer exploiation and in the groups of workers against whom this is disproportionately directed. Since 2009 this interest has been focussed through academic research, albeit usually engaging with trade unions and migrant workers' organisations.
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Migrant workers, exploitative employment practices – particularly unpaid wages, forced labour, young workers & working students, industrial relations, trade unions, precarious work, temporary agency work
Clark, Nick and Herman, Eva (2017) Unpaid Britain: wage default in the British labour market. Project Report. Middlesex University, Trust for London, London. (Published online first)
Clark, Nick (2017) The weighted scales of economic justice. Project Report. Middlesex University. (Published online first)
Clark, Nick (2016) When the boss won't cough up. Labour Research, 105 (10). pp. 16-18. ISSN 0023-7000
Paraskevopoulou, Anna and Fromm, Andrea and Clark, Nick (2016) Regulation of labour market intermediaries and the role of social partners in preventing trafficking of labour. The European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin. ISBN 9789289714211 (Published online first)