Gig economy: Employment Committee MEPs want to boost workers’ rights

Demands from MEPs of the European Parliament Employment Committee include transparent work contract from day one, a specific set of rights for workers in non-traditional jobs, and a non-renewable six-month probationary period.

European Parliament Employment Committee (2018). Gig economy: Employment Committee MEPs want to boost workers’ rights. Press release 18/10/2018.

Metadata

  • EU28
  • 2018
  • Other
  • employment status, legal issues, social protection
  • English
  • European Parliament (Government)
  • Open access
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