from the perspective of labour law, the analysis of the topic of digital platforms focuses on the reconstruction of the protections applicable to platform work, which requires a distinction between individual and collective rights, i.e. between the ques- tion of the enforceability of individual rights provided by law in the employment relationship and the question of the recognition of collective rights that may allow for the introduction of rules throughout a negotiation process and the conclusion of collective agreements. The aim of this essay is to address the issue of the protection of platform work on both sides of individual and collective rights, from the perspec- tive of european union law and in the light of some useful insights from italian case law and legislative interventions. This will help to understand the importance of the regulatory initiatives proposed and launched on this issue by the european commis- sion in 2021.

The Protection of Platform Work in the Perspective of EU Law, between Individual and Collective Rights

Marco Peruzzi
2022-01-01

Abstract

from the perspective of labour law, the analysis of the topic of digital platforms focuses on the reconstruction of the protections applicable to platform work, which requires a distinction between individual and collective rights, i.e. between the ques- tion of the enforceability of individual rights provided by law in the employment relationship and the question of the recognition of collective rights that may allow for the introduction of rules throughout a negotiation process and the conclusion of collective agreements. The aim of this essay is to address the issue of the protection of platform work on both sides of individual and collective rights, from the perspec- tive of european union law and in the light of some useful insights from italian case law and legislative interventions. This will help to understand the importance of the regulatory initiatives proposed and launched on this issue by the european commis- sion in 2021.
worker
self-employed persons
collective agreements
data processing
private international law.
Collective rights
Digital Platform
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