Alexandra Stocki, French & EU Employment Group partner, recently published an article titled “Why the EU Commission’s Gig Economy Proposals Will Not Meet French Expectations” in IEL (International Employment Lawyer).

This article discusses a draft proposal directive which aims to improve working conditions in platform (contractual/gig economy) work. This proposed directive would ensure that people have or can obtain the correct employment status in light of their actual relationship with a digital labour platform resulting in these workers being classified as either employees of the platforms or as independent workers.

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