Sweden - Portal of rules and regulation to avoid exploitation - August 31, 2017

Trade union Unionen is adapting to the changing labour market with an online portal that could serve as a model for others. It is an answer to the growing need of self-employed workers of representation and a more orderly web-based system of rules and regulations to avoid exploitation. Unionen calls on other trade unions to adapt and integrate those workers or else lose an opportunity to play a vital role in the digital revolution. Both workers and employers can benefit from collective bargaining and regulation. Such a platform should not give a competitive advantage to ‘analogue’ firms through social dumping and ‘unloading risks’ on the self-employed.

English: https://www.equaltimes.org/can-a-new-nordic-online-portal …   

https://unionenopinion.se/blogg/dawn-platform ...  

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