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Ronelle Barreto

k1546978@kingston.ac.uk
Doctoral Topic:
Temporary employment agency work in South Africa
Area of Interest:
Employment, temporary employment agency work, precarious work, employment law, employment law in South Africa

Doctoral Thesis

Year of Study:
Third year during 2018
Doctoral Title:
Temporary employment work in South Africa
Supervisors:
Dr. Enda Hannon and Prof. Michael Wynn

Doctoral Details

The main unit of analysis of my research is temporary agency work in South Africa. More specifically, the research aims to evaluate the character, impact, regulatory framework and social/institutional context of temporary agency work in South Africa. One of the primary objectives is to find out how temporary agency work in South Africa is influenced by the interplay between the pressures of the economy (the driving trends); the norms of the ILO (decent work); the local actors and their institutional structures (trade unions and employer organisations).

Education and Work History

Degrees:
Bachelors of Arts (University of Johannesburg(UJ)); Bachelors of Law (UJ); Masters in Labour Law (UJ); Masters of Research in Business and Management (Kingston University London with distinction)
Other Qualifications:
Passed the attorney's board exam in South Africa

Work Experience

Employment law attorney and legal advisor in South Africa for approximately 10 years; 

Senior Manager for KPMG Legal in Johannesburg and Cape Town for approximately 5 years;

Researcher for the Select Committee on Labour, Public Enterprises and Commmunications at Parliment South Africa form 2010 for 3 years

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