New forms of Employment - In-depth analysis on specific new forms of employment: job sharing, service vouchers, casual work - with focus on the public sector

Under this specific Service Request under a framework contract to study New Forms of Employment for Eurofound, PPMI coordinated the preparation of case studies on selected public, social partner based or cross-company instruments and regulations relating to new forms of employment, as well as their positive and negative implications on working conditions, social security, employment rights, employment relations and workers’ representation as well as work organisation. The team, which included PPMI staff, experts on non-standard employment and a network of national experts, carried out the desk research, interviews and case studies on enterprises and self-employed individuals as well as policy instrument analyses (when assigned) on how Member States regulate specific forms of employment. The employment forms that were the subject of these case studies were  job sharing, service vouchers and casual work in public sector organizations in Czech Republic, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Belgium, Italy, and the United Kingdom.

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