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Hayes, Lydia 2019. Restricting minimum wage protection on social care ‘sleep in’ shifts. Law Quarterly Review 135 (3) , pp. 353-358.
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Hayes, Lydia 2018. Mencap v Tomlinson-Blake: a commentary. Greens Employment Law Bulletin

Hayes, Lydia 2018. Work-time technology and unpaid labour in paid care work: A socio-legal analysis of employment contracts and electronic monitoring. In: Beynon-Jones, Sian and Grabham, Emily eds. Law and Time, Social Justice, London and New York: Routledge,
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Thompson, Sharon, Hayes, Lydia, Newman, Daniel and Carole, Pateman 2018. The sexual contract 30 years on: a conversation with Carole Pateman. Feminist Legal Studies 26 (1) , pp. 93-104. 10.1007/s10691-018-9368-1
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Hayes, Lydia 2018. Gender equality in law. Uncovering the legacies of Czech state socialism. Journal of Law and Society

Hayes, Lydia 2018. Three steps too far in the undervaluing of care: Mencap v Tomlinson-Blake [Blog]. UK Labour Law: UCL.

Hayes, Lydia and Charlesworth, Sara 2018. Violence and harassment in the care economy. In: McCann, Deirdre ed. Unacceptable Forms of Work: Global dialogue / local innovation, Durham, UK: Durham University, pp. 43-49.

Sian, Moore and Hayes, Lydia 2017. Taking worker productivity to a new level? Electronic Monitoring in homecare - the (re)production of unpaid labour. New Technology Work and Employment 32 (2) , pp. 101-114. 10.1111/ntwe.12087
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Hayes, Lydia and Moore, Sian 2017. Care in a time of austerity: the electronic monitoring of Homecare workers' time. Gender Work and Organization 24 (4) , pp. 329-344. 10.1111/gwao.12164
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Hayes, Lydia 2017. Stories of care: a labour of law. Gender and class at work. London, UK: Palgrave.

Hayes, Lydia 2017. 8 good reasons why adult social care needs sectoral collective bargaining. Institute of Employment Rights.
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Hayes, Lydia 2017. Paid care work, gendered labour law and the vulnerability of community. In: Fineman, Martha Albertson and Fineman, Jonathan W. eds. Vulnerability and the Legal Organization of Work, Gender in Law,Culture, and Society, Routledge,

Hayes, Lydia 2017. Tackling worker exploitation in low-waged work. Welsh Government.

Hayes, Lydia and Charlesworth, Sara 2017. Fragmentation's frontline. gender-based violence in homecare. Presented at: ESRC Strategic network on unacceptable work: global dialogue / local innovation, Durham University, Durham, UK, 14-15th September 2017.

Hayes, Lydia and Moore, Sian 2017. The electronic monitoring of care work - the redefinition of working time. In: Moore, Pheobe, Upchurch, Martin and Whittaker, Xanthe eds. Humans and Machines At Work. Monitoring, Surveillance and Autonmation in Contemporary Capitalism, Palgrave Macmillan,

Hayes, Lydia 2015. Sex, class and CCTV: The covert surveillance of paid homecare workers. In: Adkins, Lisa and Dever, Maryanne eds. The Post-Fordist Sexual Contract. Working and Living in Contingency, Basingstoke: Palgrave McMillan, pp. 171-194.
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Hayes, Lydia 2015. Care and control: are the National Minimum Wage entitlements of homecare workers at risk under the Care Act 2014? Industrial Law Journal -London- 44 (4) , pp. 492-521. 10.1093/indlaw/dwv028

Hayes, Lydia and Russell, Roseanne 2015. Women in labour law: the use and implications of empirical methods. In: Ludlow, Amy and Blackham, Alysia eds. New Frontiers of Empirical Labour Law Research, Hart,

Boukalas, Christos, Hayes, Lydia and Thomas, Philip Aneurin 2015. The Journal of Law and Society at 40: history, work and prospects. The Journal of Law and Society , pp. 390-405.

Hayes, Lydia 2014. Law and gender by Joanne Conaghan [Book Review]. Journal of Law and Society 41 (2) , pp. 323-326. 10.1111/j.1467-6478.2014.00669.x

Hayes, Lydia 2014. 'Women's voice' and equal pay: judicial regard for the gendering of collective bargaining. In: Bogg, Alan and Novitz, Tonia eds. Voices at Work: Continuity and Change in the Common Law World, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 35-55.

Hayes, Lydia and Novitz, Tonia 2014. Trade Unions and economic inequality. [Project Report]. London: Institute of Employment Rights. Available at: http://classonline.org.uk/pubs/item/trade-unions-a...
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Hayes, Lydia, Novitz, Tonia and Herzfeld Olsson, Petra 2013. Migrant workers and collective bargaining: institutional isomorphism and legitimacy in resocialised Europe. In: Countouris, Nicola and Freedland, Mark eds. Resocialising Europe in a Time of Crisis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 448-466.

Hayes, Lydia and Novitz, Tonia 2013. Workers without footprints? the legal fiction of migrant workers as 'posted workers'. In: Ryan, Bernard ed. Labour migration in hard times: Reforming labour market regulation?, London: Institute of Employment Rights, pp. 99-118.

Hayes, Lydia, Novitz, Tonia and Reed, H. 2011. Applying the Laval quartet in a UK context: chilling, ripple and disruptive effects on industrial relations. In: Bucker, Andreas and Warneck, Wiebke eds. Reconciling Fundamental Social Rights and Economic Freedoms After Viking, Laval and Rüffert, Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 195-244.

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