Disguised unemployment occurs when a part of the workforce is either working in a redundant way or is left without a job. It’s unemployment, which doesn’t necessarily affect aggregate production.
There are also disguised unemployment for the workers who have a sick family member, are retired and don’t receive any benefits, can’t pay bills, and so on. For example, a woman who is pregnant and is expecting to give birth, cannot return to work because of sickness. This is disguised unemployment.
If you are employed, you can look around at job vacancies and see if anyone has a similar job description as yours. This can be disguised unemployment because the job is actually vacant. Many employers will disguise their jobs to make it seem they are hiring.
Discovered disguised unemployment is a lot harder to deal with. Employers tend to disguise their job vacancies for a number of reasons. Sometimes it is simply an attempt to reduce unemployment. When they are not doing this, they are trying to find someone who is.
To disguise their job vacancies, they might post the vacancies in newspapers, on bulletin boards, or on websites. They may then hire some people in an effort to cover up the vacancy. They will then pay them less than other employees. They may try to disguise the job advertisements by not posting the advertisement too widely.
If the employer can’t pay some of their employees, then they will disguise their employment. They can do this by paying them less than other employees. Some companies will offer a reduced rate for a short time. It can be anywhere from one to three weeks. Then they will resume normal wages for a brief time after which pay the reduced rate once more.
Disguised employment is a serious issue and can lead to serious problems. If you’re a skilled worker who is looking for a job but the company you are applying to is using disguised employment, then you need to know your rights. You need to make sure you know what to do if you are offered a job which is disguised.
Discovered disguised unemployment is more serious and can lead to serious problems. If you think you are the victim of disguise, you should consider contacting a legal advice company and/or trade union to discuss your situation. It is worth bearing in mind that it can happen to any worker.
You may make a disguised workers’ compensation claim. You have to follow a few steps. First you must prove to the company that you were not able to work as you should because of the disguise. Second, you must show that the company tried to disguise their position by not posting the job vacancies widely.
Next, you can make a legal advice request on the web or send a letter to your employer. This request should include copies of all correspondence you have had with the company to show that you were not able to perform your duties due to the job being disguised.
In addition to this you should also request that all details about the job vacancies, such as dates, are hidden from you. It may be that the employer has changed the name, address and telephone number. in order to make it seem that the job is not advertised.
If the employer tries to disguise their positions, there is a legal problem here too. In order to make it look as if the company is not employing, they must make a genuine effort to correct this situation.
Finally, if the employer insists that you are not able to work, or try to justify your situation, they could face legal action for breaching your employment contract. You could find that they have breached the contract by failing to provide you with a reasonable opportunity to explain your situation.