Wage Labour

The most ordinary form of wage labour at present is normal direct, or “full-time”, employment in which a liberated worker sells his or her labour for an uncertain time, in return for a money-wage or salary and a continuing correlation with the employer which it does not in common offer contractors or other unequal staff. Wage labour is the socioeconomic connection between a employee and a owner, where the employee sells their labour under a official or casual employment agreement.