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!
New survey of video game workers across 29 countries by UNI Global, supported by FES Future of Work and Verdi, is now available. more Information
Together with ETUCE and CELSI the FES Competence Centre on the Future of Work published a new research study. more Information
The Competence Centre 'Future of Work' published a new Toolkit on Telework. The study is available for download now. more Information