Youth work employment changes: key questions and implications

Adam Offord
Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Longstanding arrangement that has seen employers and unions jointly agree youth workers' pay and conditions looks set to end, raising concerns over a reduction in wages and standards of professional practice.

The decision to walk away from the JNC agreement has angered unions and campaigners who fear it could further damage the standing of youth workers. Picture: Alex Deverill
The decision to walk away from the JNC agreement has angered unions and campaigners who fear it could further damage the standing of youth workers. Picture: Alex Deverill

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