Non-standard employment

21 Απρίλιος 2020

Non-standard employment is an umbrella term for different employment arrangements that deviate from standard employment.Read more

Non-standard employment is an umbrella term for different employment arrangements that deviate from standard employment. They include temporary employment; part-time and on-call work; temporary agency work and other multiparty employment relationships; as well as disguised employment and dependent self-employment. The most relevant of possible future developments of non-standard work, whatever their contractual form, are related to digitalisation.

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