By 2030, the number of platform workers in the European Union will increase to 42.7 million. However, national legal frameworks fail to grant workers through digital labour platforms their labour rights. In many cases, platform companies force workers into false self-employment. Many workers earn an hourly rate below the average.
It is urgent to act here and now to secure better protection for platform workers!
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This FES-EPC discussion paper anlyses the potential impact of the proposal for a Directive on platform work and rights of platform migrant workers. More
New study with EFBWW and Fraunhofer Institute on how does digitalisation affect the workplace in the construction. More
FES Future of Work has published a new report on China's regulation on algorithms. The Briefing is available in English and German and can be... More