Digital Platforms: working conditions and collective representation

The study addresses the analysis of new forms of collective representation of digital workers as well as makes an essential contribution to the establishment of alternatives for collective action, through aspects such as modernization and reciprocal relations; digital applications to encourage union action; the organization and representation of self-employed workers; strategies from below; the importance of the collective agreement; the establishment of a "minimum wage" in the sector; regulation of telecommuting; the legal ways to articulate the collective action, etc.

Artiles, A.M. et al. (2020), 'Digital Platforms: Working Conditions and Collective Representation'. Informe, October 2020.


  • Research publication
  • Spain
  • Yes
  • no specific sector focus
  • representation, industrial relations, social dialogue
  • English
  • Informe
  • Qualitative research
  • 2020
  • Open access
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