—Who are non-regular workers? As implied, the
term non-regular workers refers to employees whose form of
employment is not regular. Non-regular workers include
temporary workers, part-time workers and other employees
who have special forms of employment such as dispatched
workers, employees of service companies and domestic workers.
17.3%, which is only a small portion of the whole non-regular
working population are specialized engineers and managers
who are treated properly. On the other hand, other non-regular
workers face various forms of discrimination within the
workplace. This research provides for the elements that caused
current situation of non-regular employees in Korea and how
the Korean government is trying to handle the problem
regarding temporary workers in schools and educational
institutions, especially Bill No. 1902259 and its bright sides and
potentially negative impacts.
—Non-regular workers, non-regular employees,
labor, education, school, government policy, bill No. 1902259
Eric Beomjoon Kim is with the Hanyoung Foreign Language High School,
Republic of Korea (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: Eric Beomjoon Kim, " Research on Situation of Non-Regular Employees in Korea
and Bill No. 1902259," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 103-106, 2015.