Platform work: Maximising the potential while safeguarding standards?
Platform work emerged onto European labour markets about a decade ago. While still small in scale, it is growing and evolving into a variety of forms. Different types of platform work have significantly different effects on the employment and working conditions of the affiliated workers. To be effective, policy responses aimed at ensuring decent conditions in platform work should take these differences into consideration, rather than applying a one-size-fits-all approach. This policy brief highlights the main opportunities and challenges of specific types of platform work and illustrates some of the first attempts at addressing them in the EU.
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Nieuwsbrief week 44 - 2019
- Platform work: Maximising the potential while safeguarding standards? 2019. I. Mandl.
- The European Employment Strategy, the European Social Pillar and their Impact on Labour Law Reform in the European Union, 2019. R. Rogowski.
- Labor market regulation, the diversity of knowledge and skill, and national innovation performance, 2019. A. Filippetti, F. Guy.
- The Wrong Kind of AI? Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Labor Demand, 2019. D. Acemoglu, P. Restrepo.
- Handbook of the Politics of Labour, Work and Employment, 2019. G. Gall (Ed.).
- Ontslagbescherming in Nederland: in dienst van baanzekerheid of werkzekerheid? 2019. N. Zekić.
- Herhaling virtuele praktijktests arbeidsmarktdiscriminatie, 2019. Panteia.
- Arbeidsmarkt in kaart: werkgevers editie 2, 2019. SCP.
- Vakbondslidmaatschap onder druk in Nederland, maar niet in België, 2019. P.T. de Beer, L.E. Berntsen.
- (A)symmetrieën in – en op – het werk, 2019. S.B. de Jong.