Query : gig-economy
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The worker of the future and the law
The worker of the future and Law A what does the worker of tomorrow look like in a world where information technology is increasingly prevalent? This question is considered from two angles. First of all, the digital economy has given rise to new forms of production and employment, such as the ‘platf...
The Uberization of work case developments in the UK
The emergence and rise of the «gig economy», and in particular the use of internet platforms to «hire» workers to provide services, presents a number of challenges to the allocation of employment rights in the UK as elsewhere. In the UK, the allocation of employment rights depends on a distinction b...
Salary and contractual classification in the collective bargaining agreement c.d. Just Eat
The article analyses and comments the regulation of the remuneration of the corporate collective agreement stipulated on March 29, 2021 by Just Eat with national major Trade Unions. The Autor tests the compatibility of this collective agreement with the national contractual model (the logistic natio...
The Logic of Gig Economy (Origins and Growth Prospects)
The 2007+ crisis led to an increase in occasional and task work, which unleashed the potential of new technological and organizational solutions. The advancements in digital technological platforms stimulated the growth of the segment referred to as gig economy. The article aims to apply a systemati...
Il lavoro “a chiamata” e le piattaforme online della collaborative economy: nozioni e tipi legali in cerca di tutele
The paper, after giving an overview of recent labour trends in the digital economy, describes alternative working arrangements such as “crowdworking” and “work on-demand via platform”. The regulatory framework and the legal consequences of such innovative and non-standard forms of work are analysed...
The European notion of “worker” and the gig-economy: the position of the European Court of Justice
Last April, the EU Court of Justice ruled on the preliminary question referred by the Employment Tribunal of Watford on the interpretation of Directive 2003/88 on working time, applicable to workers. The ruling provided an opportunity for European jurisprudence to return to the Euro-unitary concept...
Dematerialisation of workplace in non-classical labour law relations
New atypical forms of employment need to be examined in terms of how they differ from classic labour law. One such significant difference is the location of work. In the case of telework and home office, we usually talk about working at home, which means the privatization of jobs. From here on, appl...
Industry 4.0: When reviewing the literature on Industry 4.0, The Future of Work
Industrial 4.0 shows that the topic is primarily addressed from a technological perspective and then from human resources. In this study, the changes in working life will be addressed in particular in terms of the social security system. To this end, the concept of industry 4.0 will be first mention...
Subordination in perspective. Comparing opinions
The topic discussed in the "Ideas" section concerns the role assumed by subordination in current labour law as a result of the spread of the digital economy. The paper deals with the presentation of questions addressed to a group of exponents of labour law doctrine.
Algorithmic management, managerial prerogatives and burden of proof: the quest for the material truth hidden behind the algorithm
Technology is changing the methods used by entrepreneurs to manage their human resources. Many employers have already started to dismiss the completely human exercise of their managerial prerogatives, totally or partially delegating them to more or less smart machines. Data collected through workfor...
Dijitalleşme Çağında İşyerinin Değişimi: Sebepleri ve Sonuçları
One of the most important effects of digitalisation in the field of labor law is that it eliminates the obligation to do the job in a specific physical space. Many jobs can now be done anywhere, thanks to virtual platforms or environments created over the internet. Although there are positive aspect...
Homines Diversi: Heterogeneous Earner Behaviors in the Platform Economy
The platform economy has entered its second decade, and researchers are developing new theorizations of it as an economic form. One important feature is a heterogeneous labor force with respect to hours of work. In this paper, we identify another type of heterogeneity, which is the diversity of econ...
The Rise of Online Platforms and the Triumph of the Corporation
Rather than viewing online platforms as digital marketplaces, we analyze platforms as corporations and platform participants as a workforce. Online platforms perform very similar functions as any other corporation, but in different ways (applying terms and conditions as a legal framework and data, r...
Editors’ Note: Introduction to the Thematic Issue on Power and Control in Platform Monopoly Capitalism
This is an introduction to the Special Topic on "Power and Control in Platform Monopoly Capitalism"
The Human Capital of the Freelancers and Their Satisfaction with the Quality of Life
Digital technologies are underpinning a wide range of products, services, processes, and business model innovations that are significantly transforming industries, organizations, and society. They are increasingly permeating every aspect of our daily lives. In this paper, we looked at the challenges...
The Gig Economy: Current Issues, the Debate, and the New Avenues of Research
In the context of the debate on platform economy, on the one hand, and the gig economy, on the other, this paper delineates the conceptual boundaries of both concepts to query the gig economy research included in the Web of Science database. The initial search, cutoff date February 2020, targeting “...
Institutional Changes and Ditigalization of Business Operations in Financial Institutions
Nowadays, our society faces new profound institutional changes driven by digitalization and the transition from the post-industrial economy to the economy enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI). The economy based on the artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the channels and the contr...
Musical work and its tempi. Some thoughts from the Belgian case
Pierre Bataille, University of Lausanne Louise de Brabandère, Université Libre de Bruxelles Eliezer Pedroso, Allegro, https://flic.kr/p/qi8a5d, CC From political discourses to scientific journals, the “gig economy” is everywhere. This buzzword is most of the time used to present the degradation of w...
Digital subsistence entrepreneurs in developed countries: Opportunities and limitations of peer-to-peer platforms
International audience This chapter explores the potential of peer-to-peer (P2P) platforms to cope with poverty and unemployment in developed countries. On the one hand, the promoters of the P2P economy praise its ability to empower the precarious by offering self-employment opportunities. On the ot...
The Realities and Futures of Work
What do we know about the current realities of work and its likely futures? What choices must we make and how will they affect those futures? Many books about the future of work start by talking about the latest technology, and focus on how technology is going to change the way we work. And there is...
European legal perspectives on customer ratings and discrimination
The use of customer ratings to evaluate worker performance is increasingly widespread, going beyond the gig-economy. As highlighted by computer and social sciences, this practice risks producing discriminatory outcomes, by reproducing biases existing in society. By drawing an analogy with discrimina...
Customer ratings as a vector for discrimination in employment relations? Pathways and pitfalls for legal remedies
The use of customer ratings to evaluate worker performance is increasingly worrisome because of its widespread use in the gig-economy. As scholars in computer and social sciences denounce, this practice entails the risk of producing discriminatory outcomes, by reproducing biases existing in society....
Shake That Moneymaker: Insights from Montreal’s Uber Drivers
This article presents the results of an ongoing ethnography of Uber drivers in Montreal. It draws on Jean-Pierre Durand’s “job centrifugation dynamic” (Duran, 2004) conceptual framework and offers a critique of Uber’s model of labour organization which promises “good money” and claims to create a “f...
Autonomy at work: case study of the Gig-Economy Provider· s in Montreal
This memory looks at the experience of the delivery machine in the gig-economy platforms, the prism of the issue of autonomy. It seems highly paradoxical that digital platforms, while celebrating this emanative value of autonomy, at the same time undermine all their chances of effective realisation...
View of the expert. The ‘ibgig workers’/ib of delivery platforms, invisible victims of the coronavirus crisis
‘np pagenum = ‘161’/ELO coronavirus crisis, leaves the world economy exsanging, with reductions in activity never seen since World War II in many industries. While this is widely commented on, the same is not true for sectors of the collaborative economy. Thus, faced with the stringent health measur...