New project on Crowd Employment

The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) , Eftheia and associated experts have been awarded with the Eurofound project ‘Exploring the employment and working conditions related to specific types of crowd employment’. The Study on crowd employment will focus on the status and position of crowd workers, assessing the relevant regulations and role of representative bodies in five selected EU Member States. Furthermore the study will categorise and select specific types of crowd employment, examine the working conditions of crowd workers, determine the implications of crowd work on workers’ social protection and analyse the effects of crowd employment on the labour market.

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