Ceccon, D. (2019). Giving rights to platform workers: are collective agreements the right tool? Reshaping Work Conference, Amsterdam. October 25th, 2019. WageIndicator Foundation, Amsterdam. COLBAR-Europe

Ceccon, D. (2019). Giving rights to platform workers: are collective agreements the right tool? Reshaping Work Conference, Amsterdam. October 25th, 2019. WageIndicator Foundation, Amsterdam. COLBAR-Europe

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ABSTRACT

Giving rights to platform workers: are collective agreements the right tool?

Presentation during the Reshaping Work Conference in Amsterdam, October 25th, 2019 in the light of the EU-funded project Supported by the European Commission, DG, Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, VP/2018/004/0008

§ Total duration: April 2019 – March 2021
§ Scope: improve knowledge about the content of Collective Labour Agreements in
EU28 plus 5 candidate countries and about the content of Transnational Company
Agreements (TCAs). 600+ CBAs + 25 TCAs

UPCOMING PROJECT: Research about wages and working conditions in the platform economy, where we aim to bring more transparency about legal issues and earned income in platform economy across 6 countries: Netherlands, Argentina, India, Spain, South Africa, United Kingdom. 

We will hold 3600 face-to-face/web interviews with workers and self-employed in 10 platforms in 6 countries, organise an overview of Labour Law clauses relevant for platform workers in 6 countries, which will result in pages on national WageIndicator websites in the 6 countries with information about the relevant Labour Law clauses and content of contracts. The Salary Checks will be updated for most common job titles in platform economy. This project is funded by Stichting Instituut GAK, Netherlands and will last from October 2019 – April 2021

Partners
WageIndicator Foundation, University of Amterdam/AIAS-HIS, UVA Arbeidsmarkt Research BV

If you would like your platform or your workers to be involved in the project, please contact us: office@wageindicator.org 


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