Key results

  • report “GIG economy –the influence on workers’ participation” presenting the findings from the analysis done in 6 EU Member States and 1 Canidate country and including 3 scenarios for development of worker
  • participation and recommendations for workers’ representatives addressing each of the elaborated scenarios
  • a package of open education resources prepared in 8 languages
  • increased capacity of social partners to exercise their rights and duties as regards employee involvement and effective implementation of EU acts in the area of Information and Consultation of Workers
  • improved cooperative abilities of workers and employers
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