The law judges this on a case-by-case basis.
Working nine-to-five, round-the-clock shifts, only when the boss wants you or not working at all ...
Walk down locked and empty streets alone,
arrive for start of shift, it's bear-the-brunt time
to serve some others' families not your own
Going from the home front to the frontline
Frozen pay, now tiny, ice-cold 'offers',
red-bordered bills alert approaching deadline
The firing line ignites key workers' coffers
Going from the frontline to the breadline
after Gershwin's song from Porgy and Bess
and the cost of livin' ain't easy
Bills are jumpin'
and prices are high
Oh, the bosses are rich
and the workers are strugglin'
But hush, little baby
don't you cry
One of these mornin's,
you're going to wake up strikin'
has the second best take
He's in charge of the cash
and makes sure he gets a big stash
That his £593,000 pay is not a perk -
He really is worth twenty of the people who do the actual work
*Chief Executive Officer of Network Rail
Nicky from Network Rail
says that to get work and not fail
to make yourself a mint,
not be skint
- come on, take the hint -
The TUC's Disabled Members' Committee has made this statement: Accessible public transport is essential for disabled people to participate in society on an equal and independent basis. To be genuinely accessible, public transport must be adequately staffed by workers with decent standards of training, pay, conditions and security of employment.