New forms of employment: Developing the potential of strategic employee sharing

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21 Novembre 2016
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Auteur(s): 
Mandl, Irene

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Although standard employment is still dominant in European labour markets, an increasing range of new employment forms is emerging that differ in their implications for working conditions. This study explores strategic employee sharing, an employment form for companies that have specific HR needsRead more

Although standard employment is still dominant in European labour markets, an increasing range of new employment forms is emerging that differ in their implications for working conditions. This study explores strategic employee sharing, an employment form for companies that have specific HR needs that do not justify a permanent full-time position, but are often recurring, by hiring one or several workers who work on assignments, and whose skills and time are shared among a group of companies. These companies have joint responsibility and liability towards the shared workers who are ensured ‘equal pay, equal treatment’ with core staff. Yet in spite of the win–win potential of this employment form for both companies and workers, it is not widely known and only marginally used. This report explores the preconditions for a further spread of strategic employee sharing as well as its impact on employers and employees. 

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  • Rapport

    Nombre de pages: 
    40
    Nº de référence: 
    EF1643
    ISBN: 
    978-92-897-1553-9
    Nº de catalogue: 
    TJ-06-16-031-EN-C
    DOI: 
    10.2806/470081
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    New forms of employment: Developing the potential of strategic employee sharing

    Auteur(s): 
    Mandl, Irene

    Although standard employment is still dominant in European labour markets, an increasing range of new employment forms is emerging that differ in their implications for working conditions. This study explores strategic employee sharing, an employment form for companies that have specific HR needs that do not justify a permanent full-time position, but are often recurring, by hiring one or several workers who work on assignments, and whose skills and time are shared among a group of companies.

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  • Executive summary

    Nº de référence: 
    EF16431
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    Nouvelles formes d’emploi: développer le potentiel du partage stratégique de travailleurs

    Auteur(s): 
    Eurofound

    Si l'emploi classique reste dominant sur les marchés du travail en Europe, une gamme grandissante de nouvelles formes d'emploi apparaît, dont les incidences sur les conditions de travail varient. La présente étude examine le partage stratégique de travailleurs, une forme d'emploi destinée aux entreprises qui ont des besoins spécifiques en matière de RH qui ne justifient pas la création d'un poste permanent à temps plein, mais qui sont souvent récurrents, et consistant à engager un ou plusieurs travailleurs pour l'accomplissement de missions et dont le temps et les compétences sont partagés au sein d'un groupement d'entreprises. Ces entreprises ont une responsabilité conjointe à l'égard des travailleurs partagés, qui ont la garantie d'une «égalité de salaire et de traitement» avec le personnel de base. Pourtant, malgré le potentiel mutuellement bénéfique de cette forme d'emploi tant pour les entreprises que pour les travailleurs, elle est insuffisamment connue et son utilisation reste marginale. Le présent rapport examine les conditions préalables à l'expansion du partage stratégique de travailleurs, ainsi que ses incidences sur les employeurs et les travailleurs.

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Part of the series

  • New forms of employment

    This series reports on the new forms of employment emerging across Europe that are driven by societal, economic and technological developments and are different from traditional standard or non-standard employment in a number of ways. This series explores what characterises these new employment forms and what implications they have for working conditions and the labour market.

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