Industrial relations and social dialogue

Regulating minimum wage and other forms of pay for the self-employed

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30 Noiembrie 2022
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This report is carried out in the context of the three-year pilot project (2021–2023), ‘Role of the minimum wage in establishing the Universal Labour Guarantee’, mandated to Eurofound by the European Commission. Its focus is module 3 of the project, investigating minimum wages and other forms of Read more

This report is carried out in the context of the three-year pilot project (2021–2023), ‘Role of the minimum wage in establishing the Universal Labour Guarantee’, mandated to Eurofound by the European Commission. Its focus is module 3 of the project, investigating minimum wages and other forms of pay for the self-employed. Out of concern for the challenging conditions faced by certain groups of self-employed workers, some Member States have established or are in discussions about proposing some statutory forms of minimum pay for selected categories of the self-employed. The main objective of the report is to understand how minimum wages, wage rates, tariffs, fees and other forms of pay could be fixed for specific jobs or professions in sectors having a high level of ‘vulnerable’ workers, as well as ‘concealed’ self-employed. While the majority of Member States allow trade union representation, the right to collective bargaining for the self-employed is much more limited. Only a small number of Member States provide examples of collectively agreed minimum wages or other forms of pay for the self-employed.

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  • Raport

    Nr. pagini: 
    76
    Nr. referință: 
    EF22064
    ISBN: 
    978-92-897-2273-5
    Nr. catalog: 
    J-07-22-799-EN-N
    DOI: 
    10.2806/426747
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    Regulating minimum wage and other forms of pay for the self-employed

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    Mod de citare publicație: 

    Eurofound (2022), Regulating minimum wages and other forms of pay for the self-employed, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg.

  • Executive summary

    Nr. referință: 
    EF22064EN1
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    Regulating minimum wages and other forms of pay for the self-employed

    Autor(i): 
    Eurofound

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Cercetările efectuate înainte de retragerea Regatului Unit din Uniunea Europeană la 31 ianuarie 2020 și publicate ulterior pot include date referitoare la cele 28 de state membre ale UE. În lipsa unor indicații contrare, după această dată, cercetările vor lua în considerare numai cele 27 de state membre ale UE (UE28 minus Regatul Unit).

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  • Minimum wages in the EU

    This series reports on developments in minimum wage rates across the EU, including how they are set and how they have developed over time in nominal and real terms. The series explores where there are statutory minimum wages or collectively agreed minimum wages in the Member States, as well as minimum wage coverage rates by gender.  

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